endoxin

endoxin

[endok′sin]
an endogenous analog of digoxin that occurs naturally in humans. It is a hormone that may regulate the excretion of salt.
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TNF polymorphisms modify endoxin exposure-associated longitudinal lung function decline.
The authors report that endoxin levels were generally lowest in areas distant from agricultural activities, and the highest concentrations were found in areas immediately downwind from agricultural/pasture land.