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Katecholamine

  • D. Kopf
  • C. Schulz
  • H. Lehnert

Zusammenfassung

Noradrenalin, Adrenalin und Dopaminderivate des Katechols (l,2-Dihydroxybenzol) werden im zentralen Nervensystem (ZNS), sympathischen Nerven und Ganglien sowie in den chromaffinen Zellen des Nebennierenmarks (NNM) gebildet. Im ZNS sind Dopamin und Noradrenalin weit verbreitet, während Adrenalin im Gehirn der Säugetiere in relativ niedrigen Konzentrationen gefunden wird. In der Peripherie ist Noradrenalin der Transmitter des postganglionären sympathischen Nervensystems und Dopamin ist als relevanter Regulator an der renalen Durchblutung beteiligt. Adrenalin wird in der Peripherie vor allem in den chromaffinen Zellen des NNM gebildet und freigesetzt.

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  • D. Kopf
  • C. Schulz
  • H. Lehnert

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