Epinephrine in the Central Nervous System

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Jon M. Stolk, David C. U'Prichard, Kjell Fuxe
Oxford University Press, 1988 - Language Arts & Disciplines - 379 pages
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Long thought to be unimportant in central nervous system activity, epinephrine is now known to play a key role in the brain's regulation of blood pressure, cardiovascular function, and other autonomic activities. This encyclopedic volume, written by leading international researchers, offers a comprehensive account of the chemical neuroanatomy, genetics, chemistry, and pharmacology of CNS epinephrine and its effects on behavior and autonomic function.

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