[Physiological role and clinical significance of 3-methoxy-4-hydroxyethyleneglycol, a noradrenaline metabolite (review of the literature)].

Abstract

Biochemical pathways of noradrenaline conversion into free and bound forms of 3-methoxy-4-hydroxyphenyl ethyleneglycol (MOPEG) in central and peripheral noradrenergic neurones, content of free and bound forms of MOPEG in various biological fluids as well as relative amount of the substance in central and peripheral pools and, at last, clinical importance of… (More)

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