isoproterenol


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isoproterenol

[‚ī·sə‚prōd·ə′rē‚nȯl]
(pharmacology)
C11H17NO3 A sympathomimetic amine used as a bronchodilator.
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At the conclusion of their study, the researchers found that tissues treated with the combination of purified ginger components and isoproterenol exhibited significantly greater relaxation than those treated only with isoproterenol; of the three ginger components, 6-shogaol appeared most effective in increasing the relaxing effects of the beta-agonist.
Similarly Chang et al (68) and Tsao et al (69) found elevated plasma norepinephrine in lead treated rats which also exhibited significant reductions of [beta]--adrenergic receptor density and isoproterenol ([beta] agonist)--stimulated cAMP production in the heart and aorta and their elevation in the kidneys.
A secondary hypothesis in POST was that the need for isoproterenol to induce a positive baseline tilt test would predict subsequent effectiveness for metoprolol.
Dietary administration of LA elicits fatty acid mobilization in p-adrenergic response to isoproterenol when the basal level of plasma glucose is maintained (Hamano et al.
2001); significant cardiac protection in isoproterenol induced myocardial necrosis in rats by arjunolic acid obtained from the plant (Sumitra, M.
Current research spawned from our method applies LCED methodology to measure concentrations of other catechols such as isoproterenol, 2,3-dihydroxybenzoic acid (hydroxyl radical production), dihydroxyphenylacetic acid (main neuronal metabolite of dopamine), L-dihydroxyphenylserine (norepinephrine prodrug), and dihydroxyphenylacetaldehyde (cytotoxic metabolite of dopamine).
The inhibitory effect of NE on these interneurons is mediated by an [alpha] adrenergic receptor (AR), as the effect of NE was mimicked by the [alpha] AR agonist 6-fluoronorepinephrine, but not the [beta] AR agonist isoproterenol.
But isoproterenol infusion demonstrated chronotropic hyperresponsiveness in only 5 of 11 tested patients, so panic symptoms often occur without [beta]-adrenoreceptor supersensitivity in the orthostatically impaired, according to Dr.
The beta-blocking effects of BYSTOLIC can be reversed by beta agonists, eg, dobutamine or isoproterenol.