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399 Possible Causes for Noradrenergic, cells

  • Carbachol

    […] short (2-4 min) episodes of cortical activation, hippocampal theta-like rhythm, suppression of activity in upper airway (hypoglossal) motoneurons, and silencing of pontine noradrenergic[] (-3) M (HSG cell by noradrenaline), 10(-7) M to 2 x 10(-4) M (A-431 cell by noradrenaline), and 7 x 10(-5) M to 10(-4) M (A-431 cell by carbachol).[] However, cell-to-cell variability could be detected in the magnitude and the latency time of the response, and in the rate of [Ca2 ]i increase.[]

  • Reserpine

    Central antinociceptive effects of mitragynine in mice: Contribution of descending noradrenergic and serotonergic systems Eur. J. Pharmacol. 317(1), (1996) . 6.[] By using human peripheral blood mononuclear cells or enriched T cell populations we found that the drug inhibited, in a dose-dependent fashion, the proliferation of T cells[] The effect of reserpine was studied alone and in combination with anticancer drugs on human chronic myeloid leukaemia (CML) cells.[]

  • Phenothiazine

    Considering serious side-effects of thioridazine and its 5-sulfoxide (cardiotoxicity), as well as strong dopaminergic D2 and noradrenergic alpha1 receptor-blocking properties[] […] and of T cells from HIV-1-infected patients.[] Considering strong dopaminergic D(2), noradrenergic alpha(1) and cholinergic M(1) receptor blocking properties of chlorpromazine and some of its metabolites, as well as their[]

  • Disulfiram

    Alternate studies show that disulfiram also inhibits dopamine β-hydroxylase (DBH), an enzyme important in converting dopamine to norepinephrine in noradrenergic neurons.[] Cell cycle analysis showed that Disulfiram/copper complex caused NSCLC cell cycle arrest in G2/M phase.[] […] and cancer cells.[]

  • Pyridostigmine

    This medication activates sympathetic outflow centrally and unrestrains norepinephrine release from noradrenergic neurons.[] […] the cellular viability, cell apoptosis, modulation of the cell cycle, oxidative stress, and genotoxicity variables, which indicate neurodegeneration.[] The drug also diminished in vitro T cell proliferation induced by PMA and ionomycin (p 0.026).[]

  • Thioridazine

    Considering serious side-effects of thioridazine and its 5-sulfoxide (cardiotoxicity), as well as strong dopaminergic D2 and noradrenergic alpha1 receptor-blocking properties[] cells) and unsorted cancer cells.[] SiHa cells were exposed to different concentrations of thioridazine for 24 h, and then cell viability was determined.[]

  • Desipramine

    Accumulating evidence suggests that noradrenergic and serotonergic drugs are equally effective in ameliorating the depressive symptoms of major depression.[] Desipramine reduced cell viability, increased ROS production, and decreased MMP activity in Hep3B cells.[] In schizophrenia both an involvement of a reduced prefrontal dopaminergic activity and an enhanced noradrenergic activity have been suggested.[]

  • Isoproterenol

    Presented here is a case of increasing BIS in response to noradrenergic beta receptor stimulation via the administration of isoproterenol while under general anesthesia.[] We examined the expression of alpha1- and beta-ARs in human HCC cell line HepG2 and MHCC97H cells in comparison with that in human normal hepatic cell line HL-7702 cells ([] This study suggests that stress signals can stimulate the migration of cancer cells by inducing HDAC6 expression in lung cancer cells.[]

  • Anemarrhena

    Abstract The aim of this study was to investigate the effects of sarsasapogenin from Anemarrhena asphodeloides BUNGE (Liliaceae) on the forced swimming test, and the central noradrenergic[] The caspase 3 inhibitor, Ac-DEVD-CHO, inhibited the apoptotic cell death of gastric cancer cells induced by A. asphodeloides.[] Flow cytometry analysis showed that sarsasapogenin-induced cell apoptosis was through arrest of cell cycle in G(2)/M phase.[]

  • Corticotropin

    Exogenous CRH differentially sensitizes brain regions of the emotional-arousal circuitry within the visceral pain matrix to colorectal distention and synergetic activation of noradrenergic[] A unique case is reported demonstrating latency and slow growth of a spindle-cell carcinoid in the lung.[] Seite 50 - Sawchenko PE and Swanson LW (1982) The organization of noradrenergic pathways from the brainstem to the paraventricular and supraoptic nuclei in the rat. ‎[]

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