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The neurotransmitters that regulate lung function

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The principal neurotransmitters involved in generating and transmitting respiratory rhythm include glutamate, GABA, and glycine.
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by PJ Barnes1984Cited by 154airways, suggesting that peptides may function as neurotransmitters of NANC nerves in the lung. Sev- eral regulatory peptides have recently been.
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by A Ciarka2007Cited by 34First, DA has an established role in the control of ventilation. Dopaminergic receptors are located pre- and postsynaptically on the carotid ...
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Jun 24, 2021The primary function of the lungs is gas exchange. The upper and lower airways serve as a conduit for airflow to and from the gas exchange ...
by DB Zoccal2014Cited by 138However, other brainstem regions also play a relevant role in the ... on the activation of neurons regulating the respiratory pattern.

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