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noradrenergic adj.

noradrenergic adj.

Noradrenergic enhancement of amygdala responses to fear

Investigating the role of the noradrenergic system in human cognition

Noradrenergic Innervation of Peptidergic Interneurons in the Rat Visual Cortex

Noradrenergic Modulation of Cortical Networks Engaged in Visuomotor Processing

Cellular and subcellular sites for noradrenergic action in the monkey dorsolateral prefrontal cortex as revealed by the immunocytochemical localization of noradrenergic receptors and axons.

Targeting the Noradrenergic System for Gender-Sensitive Medication Development for Tobacco Dependence

Meta-analysis of noradrenergic and specific serotonergic antidepressant use in schizophrenia

Selective enhacement of mesocortical dopaminergic transmission by noradrenergic drugs: therapeutic opportunities in schizophrenia

Corticotropin-releasing factor and noradrenergic signalling exert reciprocal control over startle reactivity

Locus coeruleus stimulation and noradrenergic modulation of hippocampo-prefrontal cortex long-term potentiation

Activation of noradrenergic locus coeruleus neurons by clozapine and haloperidol: involvement of glutamatergic mechanisms

Layer-Specific Noradrenergic Modulation of Inhibition in Cortical Layer II/III

PT645. The Opiodergic, Serotonergic and Noradrenergic Modulation of Ferulic Acid-Induced Central Analgesia

Hypersensitivity of Prediabetic JCR:LA-cp Rats to Fine Airborne Combustion Particle-Induced Direct and Noradrenergic-Mediated Vascular Contraction

U-46619-induced potentiation of noradrenergic constriction in the human saphenous vein: antagonism by thromboxane receptor blockade

U-46619-induced potentiation of noradrenergic constriction in the human saphenous vein: antagonism by thromboxane receptor blockade


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Releasing noradrenalin (norepinephrine); also activated by or responding to noradrenalin, this extended usage being widespread but consistently rejected by the English physiologist Sir Henry Hallet Dale (1875–1968), who coined the suffix -ergic, and by many other authorities. The term applies especially to nerve fibres such as those of the sympathetic nervous system or the locus coeruleus and many other areas in the central nervous system that use noradrenalin as their neurotransmitter. Compare adrenergic, cholinergic, dopaminergic, GABAergic, serotonergic. [From noradrenalin + Greek ergon work + -ikos of, relating to, or resembling]

Subjects: Psychology.

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