IB 117 _2 Perph NS Blockers

IB 117 _2 Perph NS Blockers - terminus reserpine ✔...

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IB 117 Thomas Carlson  Peripheral nervous  system receptor  BLOCKERS muscarinic  cholinergic  ganglionic  sensory  motor adrenergic Mechanism of action atropine Direct antagonist scopolamine Direct antagonist d-tubocurarine Direct antagonist Increases enzyme that  breaks down acetylcholine botulinum toxin Decreases release of  acetylcholine from nerve 
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Unformatted text preview: terminus reserpine ✔ Damages vesicles that contain norepinephrine in nerve terminus atenolol & metoprolol ✔ Selective beta 1 direct antagonist nicotine ✔ With a high enough dose can act as a direct antagonist by causing persistent depolarization that causes receptor to shut down...
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This note was uploaded on 03/09/2011 for the course IB 117 taught by Professor Professorcarlson during the Spring '08 term at University of California, Berkeley.

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