Antagonists

Some articles on antagonists, antagonist:

Brain Stimulation Reward - Modulation With Drugs - Dopamine Antagonists and Agonists
... manner are predominantly dopamine antagonists and agonists ... Dopamine and opiate antagonists are competitive antagonists of BSR, and they impair the synaptic transmission of the reward signal either across the dopaminergic synapse or ... for amount of stimulation required as well as act to negate the effects of a reward antagonist ...
Promazine - See Also
... Phenylpropanolamine Pseudoephedrine Synephrine Tetrahydrozoline Antagonists Abanoquil Adimolol Ajmalicine Alfuzosin Amosulalol Arotinolol Atiprosin ...
Adenosine A1 Receptor - In Neonatal Medicine
... Adenosine antagonists are widely used in neonatal medicine Theophylline and caffeine are nonselective adenosine antagonists that are used to stimulate respiration in premature infants ... Thus, it may prove more advantageous to use selective A1 antagonists to help reduce adenosine-induced brain injury ...
Gn RH Antagonists
... Gonadotrophin-releasing hormone (GnRH) antagonists (receptor blockers) are a class of compounds that are similar in structure to natural GnRH (a hormone made by neurons in ... GnRH antagonists are peptide molecules that are made up multiple, often synthetically produced amino acids ... GnRH antagonists compete with natural GnRH for binding to GnRH receptors, thus decreasing or blocking GnRH action in the body ...

Famous quotes containing the word antagonists:

    There is a persuasion in the soul of man that he is here for cause, that he was put down in this place by the Creator to do the work for which he inspires him, that thus he is an overmatch for all antagonists that could combine against him.
    Ralph Waldo Emerson (1803–1882)