Alpha-2c-adrenergic receptors contribute to basal nasal patency in the anesthetized cat.

@article{Mingo2010Alpha2cadrenergicRC,
  title={Alpha-2c-adrenergic receptors contribute to basal nasal patency in the anesthetized cat.},
  author={Garfield G. Mingo and Michel R. Corboz and Brian G Salisbury and Kevin D McCormick and Christopher W. Boyce and Gitali Mukhopadhyay and Robbie McLeod},
  journal={Pharmacology},
  year={2010},
  volume={85 5},
  pages={259-63}
}
BACKGROUND Nasal congestion is the most troublesome symptom associated with a variety of upper airway diseases, including allergic rhinitis and the common cold. A better understanding of the mechanisms that regulate nasal cavity caliber may engender the development of novel treatment strategies. It is well accepted that alpha-adrenergic (both alpha(1) and… CONTINUE READING