Autonomic Pharmacology Section 14- Dopamine, Histamine, and Vasopressin Receptors

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TOPICS: Dopamine 1 receptor, d1 receptor, gs protein, adenylate cyclase, camp, pka, calcium, renal vascular smooth muscle, renal perfusion, direct pathway of striatum, motor activity, dopamine 2 receptor, d2 receptor, gi protein, indirect pathway of striatum, chemoreceptor trigger zone, area postrema, 4th ventricle, vomiting centre nuclei, vomiting, histamine 1 receptor, h1 receptor, gq protein, phospholipase c, pip2, ip3, dag, protein kinase c, calcium, nasal mucus, bronchial mucus, bronchoconstriction, vascular permeability, hypotension, edema, peripheral nociceptive receptors, pain, histamine 2 receptor, h2 receptor, gs protein, gastric acid, vasopressin 1 receptor, v1 receptor, gq protein, vascular smooth muscle, vasopressin 2 receptor, v2 receptor, gs protein, h2o permeability, aquaporin 2, Von Willebrand factor (vwf)
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