adrenoreceptor love

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  • noun adrenergic receptor

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  • "The study indicates that, with regard to developing asthma-like features, the mouse is better off without the beta-2 adrenoreceptor at all," Bond said.

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  • That observation, adds Bond, was an indication that blocking the receptor, scientifically known as beta-2 adrenoreceptor, might be a safer and more effective strategy for long-term asthma management than stimulating it.

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  • Secondary hits were found to be in the adrenoreceptor, serotonin, and cyclic nucleotide classes of compounds.

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  • During the current study, the researchers failed to trigger the development of asthma-like symptoms in a mouse model in which the beta-2 adrenoreceptor gene had been removed, compared to the mouse model with the intact receptor gene.

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  • - Beta-adrenoreceptor blocking drugs (beta-blockers), which work on the heart and blood vessels to reduce blood pressure and the amount of work the heart does.

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  • The three genes were α2A adrenoreceptor, 5-HT transporter, and

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  • Patients planning cataract surgery must notify their ophthalmologist that they are taking Rapaflo because of the possibility of a condition called Intraoperative Floppy Iris Syndrome (IFIS), a complication associated with cataract surgery in patients on alpha-1 adrenoreceptor blocker medications.

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  • Patients planning cataract surgery must notify their ophthalmologist that they are taking Rapaflo because of the possibility of a condition called Intraoperative Floppy Iris Syndrome (IFIS), a complication associated with cataract surgery in patients on alpha-1 adrenoreceptor blocker medications.

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  • (IFIS), a complication associated with cataract surgery in patients on alpha-1 adrenoreceptor blocker medications.

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  • - Beta-adrenoreceptor blocking drugs (beta-blockers), which work on the heart and blood vessels to reduce blood pressure and the amount of work the heart does.

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