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adrenergic

[‚ad·rə′nər·jik]
(physiology)
Describing the chemical activity of epinephrine or epinephrine-like substances.
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Olanzapine has the lowest affinity for adrenergic receptors (16).
Autoantibodies to beta adrenergic receptors and/or muscarinic receptors have also been linked to some cases of DCM, Chagas, post MI, ischemic HF, atrial fibrillation, ventricular tachycardia, and DAN.
The presence of stone in the ureter causes inflammation and edema, Corticosteroid reduces edema and when combined with [alpha]-1 adrenergic receptor antagonists facilitates the passage of stone.
The presence of seven transmembrane segments in rhodopsin (37) and O adrenergic receptors (38) was suggested by their amino acid sequences, which were determined in 1980 by protein analysis and in 1986 by cDNA screening, respectively.
The combination of clozapine's antagonist activity at [alpha] 2 adrenergic receptors and agonist activity at muscarinic M4 receptors results in hypersalivation.
The antinociceptive synergism of the spinal opioids and adrenergics is produced by the joint activation of the MRA and the [alpha]2A or [alpha]2C adrenergic receptors.
Our review will focus in describing how the interaction with the [alpha]-2B adrenergic receptors may account for its properties and how this interaction may produce a predictably different cardiovascular profile in specific clinical situations.
SNPs have been identified in both Beta 1 and Beta 2 adrenergic receptors, some serotonin receptors and reuptake pumps, dopamine receptors, coagulation cascade factors and more.
Immune cell types associated with innate immunity such as natural killer cells, neutrophils, and macrophages are the potential subjects to be regulated by catecholamines because these cells express functional, [beta]2- and/or [alpha]- adrenergic receptors [17].