2] adrenergic receptors of the nerve cells, rosemary oil brings about an additional improvement of local blood circulation and alleviates pain.
What does AR stand for?
AR stands for Adrenergic Receptor (protein)
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We have 156 other meanings of AR in our Acronym Attic
- Activity Reports
- Activity Resume (ITU-T)
- Acute Rejection
- Adaptive Reception Control
- Add Register
- Address Register
- Administrative Record
- Administrative Regulation (various organizations)
- Administrative Requirement
- Adrenaline Rush (gaming; also an IMAX film)
Samples in periodicals archive:
1] adrenergic receptor gene polymorphisms are shown in Table II and also compared with other major populations.
In the late 1980s, swimmers and distance runners were compared with weight lifters to evaluate the baseline catecholamine responses and adrenergic receptor types at rest.
MAINTENANCE OF BETA ADRENERGIC RECEPTOR SIGNALING IN HUMAN MICROVASCULAR RETINAL ENDOTHELIAL CELLS.
In hypertensive patients, alpha 1-adrenergic receptor expression in leucocytes via the RTPCR has been shown to be a suitable method to investigate, the adrenergic receptor system and correlate them to the expression in the smooth muscles (9,10).
The investment was triggered by the excellent progress made both by HTL's in-house team and by its founding scientists at the MRC Laboratory of Molecular Biology, Cambridge, who have recently solved the structure of the beta-1 adrenergic receptor based on their novel GPCR-stabilisation methodology.
This comprehensive update provides the latest research along with best clinical practices and includes pathology, clinical presentations including signs and symptoms, differential diagnosis, special presentations such as when incidentally discovered with an adrenal mass, as an endocrine emergency, in children or in pregnancy, or as pseudopheochromocytoma, current trends in research of the genetics of pheochromocytoma, including in sporadic and other pheochromocytomas, catecholamines and adrenergic receptors, current trends in biochemical diagnosis and in localization, medical therapy and preparation for surgery, postoperative management and future trends from genomics, proteomics and therapeutic modalities.
New York University (New York, NY) has patented a method of using opioid receptors to form functional heterodimers with each other and with other G-protein coupled receptors, such as dopamine receptors, adrenergic receptors, or chemokine receptors.