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d responds to a certain interaction partner such as hormones, immune mediators or other
substances.
Renin: enzyme that catalyzes the formation of angiotensin I (Ang I) from its precursor angiotensinogen and thus initiates the reninangiotensin
system cascade.
Run-in period: time window during which blood pressure monitoring devices are placed at the participants by specialized staff and first
measurements begin. During this time window blood pressure values can be influenced by the general handling and the contact with the
doctor (so called “white coat effect”).
SBP: systolic blood pressure.
Small molecule drugs: low molecular weight chemical compounds. Many pharmaceutical drugs are small molecules.
Stroke: a sudden interruption in the blood supply of the brain. Most strokes are caused by an abrupt blockage of arteries leading to the
brain; others are caused by bleeding into brain tissue when a blood vessel bursts (see also intracerebral hemorrhage).
Systolic blood pressure: the highest pressure within the arterial blood stream occurring during each heart beat. “Systolic” refers to the
contraction of the heart muscle.
Therapeutic vaccine: a preparation of disease-related molecules (antigens) of foreign or self origin that is capable of activating the
immune system against such antigens with the goal to modulate disease processes.
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