Adrenergic System

Adrenergic System

A now simplistic term for the system of organs and nerves in which adrenaline (epinephrine) and noradrenaline (norepinephrine) are the neurotransmitters.
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GPR158 appears to work downstream from other important brain systems, such as the GABA, a major player in the brain's inhibitory control and adrenergic system involved in stress effects.
The adrenergic system plays a fundamental role in maintaining normal heart function, according to study authors.
Ischemic neoangiogenesis enhanced by beta2-adrenergic receptor overexpression: A novel role for the endothelial adrenergic system.
In this study; the role of the adrenergic system on the mechanism of the antinociceptive effect of mirtazapine was also investigated, in addition to the opioidergic and serotoninergic systems.
It can be possible to determine the role of ANS in FM etiopathogenesis by studies evaluating the subsystems of ANS (cardiovascular reflex pathway, sympathetic cholinergic and adrenergic system etc.
The adrenergic system is believed to play a role in penile erection and ejaculation.
Salbutamol is a beta-2 agonist, which has the same effect on the adrenergic system as exercise, resulting in weight loss, an increase in muscle mass and a reduced appetite.
A major target of the adrenergic system is the hippocampus, a region that is critical for learning and memory.
Amphetamines predominantly promote noradrenaline release from adrenergic nerve terminals thereby stimulating the adrenergic system.
It acts through agonist effects on the alpha-2 adrenergic system at both the spinal and supraspinal levels to reduce spasm.
PITTSBURGH -- Pregnant women with anxiety or depression have higher levels of [alpha]-amylase, a measure of adrenergic system activity, and lower morning cortisol levels, preliminary results from a longitudinal study demonstrated.
People who cannot shut down the adrenergic system after flight-or-fight response may be at higher risk for PTSD, but it is not yet proven.