Involvement of Newly Synthetized Catecholamines in the Modulation by Trace Amines of the Release of Neurotransmitters
The receptor mediated modulation of the release of 3H-neurotransmitters from slices of selected brain areas or from peripheral tissues is a well-established model to study interactions between neurotransmitters (Langer, 1981; Langer and Arbilla, 1981).
KeywordsEthyl Dopamine Tyrosine Noradrenaline Catecholamine
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