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Catecholamines1427Katecholamin

Catecholamines

L Dihydroxyphenlyserin

Phenylalanine

Renalase

Tyrosine

2000  
1
Clinical uses of alpha2 -adrenergic agonists.
[11046225] Anesthesiology 93(5): 1345-9 (2000)
1991  
2
Alpha-2 adrenoceptor agonists: defining the role in clinical anesthesia.
[1672060] Anesthesiology 74(3): 581-605 (1991)
2006  
3
L-Dihydroxyphenylserine (L-DOPS): a norepinephrine prodrug.
[17214596] Cardiovasc Drug Rev 24(3-4): 189-203 (2006)
2004  
4
Catecholamine metabolism: a contemporary view with implications for physiology and medicine.
[15317907] Pharmacol Rev 56(3): 331-49 (2004)
1972  
5
Catecholamines--a symposium.
[4341831] Calif Med 117(3): 32-62 (1972)
2004  
6
Catecholamine-induced changes in the splanchnic circulation affecting systemic hemodynamics.
[14739821] Anesthesiology 100(2): 434-9 (2004)
2007  
7
Tyrosine, phenylalanine, and catecholamine synthesis and function in the brain.
[17513421] J Nutr 137(6 Suppl 1): 1539S-1547S; discussion 1548S (2007)
2003  
8
Sources and significance of plasma levels of catechols and their metabolites in humans.
[12649306] J Pharmacol Exp Ther 305(3): 800-11 (2003)
2007  
9
Renalase, a catecholamine-metabolising enzyme?
[17385068] J Neural Transm 114(6): 775-6 (2007)
2010  
10

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