Receptor Types - ↓ cAMP β 1 = Heart ; Stimulation of...

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RECEPTORS Cholinoreceptors (Ach): Parasympathetics M 1 = CNS ; stimulation of IP 3 and DAG, intracellular Ca ++ M 2 = Myocardium ; Opening of K+ channels, inhibition of adenylate cyclase = hyperpolarization M 3 = Smooth mm. and Glands ; stimulation of IP 3 and DAG, intracellular Ca ++ Nicotinic receptor activation opens Na channels-> depolarization N N = Postganglionic neurons N M = Skeletal muscle Adrenoreceptors (NE): Sympathetics α 1 = Post-synaptic effector cells ; Formation of IP 3 and DAG, intracellular Ca ++ α 2 = Pre-synaptic – autoreceptors; inhibition of adenylate cyclase,
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Unformatted text preview: ↓ cAMP β 1 = Heart ; Stimulation of adenylate cyclase, ↑ cAMP β 2 = Smooth mm .; Stimulation of adenylate cyclase, ↑ cAMP β 3 – Fat cells ; Stimulation of adenylate cyclase, ↑ cAMP Dopamine Receptors: D 1 = Brain , Renal vasculature; Stimulation of adenylate cyclase, ↑ cAMP D 2 = Brain ; Inhibition of adenylyl cyclase; ↑ K + conductance QuickTime™ and a TIF (Uncompres ed) decompres or are ne ded to se this picture....
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This note was uploaded on 05/20/2008 for the course NEURO 5125 taught by Professor Bales during the Spring '08 term at Western University of Health Sciences.

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