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1. Bradykinin (kallidin I, callideic I)
* 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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