dipsogen


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dipsogen

 [dip´sah-jen]
an agent or measure that induces thirst and promotes ingestion of fluids. adj., adj dipsogen´ic.
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One possible explanation is that Ang II and Ang III have similar potent dipsogen; therefore, degradation of Ang II to Ang III did not evoke drinking behavior.