In biochemistry, a hormone with the chemical formula of C50H73N15O11 which causes muscle contractions in the lungs, uterus, and intestines, the dilation of blood vessels (resulting in lowered blood pressure), and pain. In endocrinology, a hormone that forms in blood plasma which can dilate blood vessels, make one more sensitive to pain, and/or play a role in inflammation.
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