beta adrenergic receptors

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beta-adrenergic receptor

beta adrenergic receptors

beta-adrenergic receptor

Cardiac salvage by tweaking with beta-3-adrenergic receptors

Targeting anti-beta-1-adrenergic receptor antibodies for dilated cardiomyopathy

700 Beta-adrenergic receptors polymorphisms and response to CRT

Dihydropyridine and beta adrenergic receptor binding in dogs with tachycardia-induced atrial fibrillation

Adrenergic beta-1 receptor genetic variation predicts longitudinal rate of GFR decline in hypertensive nephrosclerosis

Beta-adrenergic receptor pathway in ischaemic and non-ischaemic regions of pig myocardium

818 Mice lacking beta3-adrenergic receptors developed exacerbated cardiac hypertrophic remodeling to pressure-overload

108 Beta2-adrenergic receptor polymorphisms influence heart rate variability in idiopathic dilated cardiomyopathy

682 Phospholamban is critically involved in beta-adrenergic receptor induced cardiac hypertrophy and failure

225 Clinical significance of beta-adrenergic receptor polymorphisms in the patients with chronic heart failure

443 Beta1-adrenergic receptor polymorphisms predict heart failure progression in idiopathic dilated cardiomyopathy

P1486Beta-3 adrenergic receptor is a therapeutic target for sepsis-induced cardiomyopathy

Alterations in cardiac beta-adrenergic receptors in chagasic mice and their association with circulating beta-adrenoceptor-related autoantibodies

300 Distribution of Beta 1 and Beta 2 adrenergic receptor polymorphisms and susceptibility to idiopathic dilated cardiomyopathy in Polish population

The G protein coupled receptor kinase 2 plays an essential role in beta-adrenergic receptor-induced insulin resistance

Beta-adrenergic receptor blockade and the angiotensin-converting enzyme deletion polymorphism in patients with chronic heart failure


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Receptors in the heart and lungs that respond to catecholamines (e.g. adrenaline).

Subjects: Chemistry.

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