The regulation of beta-adrenoceptors in two teleost fishes

Stephen G Dugan
Exposure of an organism to a stressor results in a primary stress response. A part of this response involves the release of the catecholamines (CA), adrenaline (ADR) and noradrenaline (NADR), which exert their actions by binding to specific membrane binding sites or receptors termed adrenergic receptors or adrenoceptors (ARs). Continuous exposure to a hormone results in a decrease in the responsiveness of the cell. This process, termed desensitization may reduce the cell's responsiveness only to...
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