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    I need help answering questions on Epinephrine:
    - Is Epinephrine is inhibitory or excitatory?
    - What is Epinephrine's role on behavior?
    - What are three possible side effects linked to pharmacological agents given to increase Epinephrine?
    - Give an example of a neurological disorder, disease, or condition where this agent occurs. What are the possible risks associated with not taking this agent for the disorder, disease, or condition.
    - What are the three possible side effects linked to pharmacological agents given to decrease Epinephrine?
    - Example of a neurological disorder, disease, or condition where this agent occurs. What are the possible risks associated with not taking this agent for the disorder, disease, or condition.

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    Epinephrine:
    - is a catecholamine neurotransmitter synthesized from norepinephrine.
    - aka as adrenaline
    - is a compound released into the blood from the adrenal medulla (adrenal gland) when activated by the prganglionic sympathetic innervation.
    - epinephrine is made from norepinephrine.
    -it effects targeted ...

    Solution Summary

    The Epinephrine for inhibitory or excitatory is discussed. Epinephrine's role on behaviors are given.

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