Neuroplasticity Regulation by Noradrenaline in Mammalian Brain

@inproceedings{Marzo2009NeuroplasticityRB,
  title={Neuroplasticity Regulation by Noradrenaline in Mammalian Brain},
  author={Aude Marzo and Jing Bai and Satoru Otani},
  booktitle={Current neuropharmacology},
  year={2009}
}
The neuromodulator noradrenaline (NA) is released in almost all brain areas in a highly diffused manner. Its action is slow, as it acts through G protein-coupled receptors, but its wide release in the brain makes NA a crucial regulator for various fundamental brain functions such as arousal, attention and memory processes [102]. To understand how NA acts in the brain to promote such diverse actions, it is necessary to dissect the cellular actions of NA at the level of single neurons as well as… CONTINUE READING
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