beta adrenergic receptor

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beta adrenergic receptor

PHYSIOLOGY

Any of three G protein-coupled cell membrane receptors in the sympathetic nervous system, which dampen the response to catecholamines.

Beta adrenergic receptors

Beta-1 adrenergic receptor Increases cardiac output by raising the heart rate, impulse conduction, and contraction, thereby increasing the left ventricular ejection fraction; increases juxtaglomerular renin secretion; increases gastric secretion of ghrelin (the hunger hormone, which contrasts to leptin, the satiation hormone)

Beta-2 adrenergic receptor Smooth muscle relaxation resulting in bronchodilation, reduced GI motility, relaxation of detrusor muscle‎ of the bladder, as well as lipolysis, glycogenolysis and gluconeogenesis, and increased renin secretion

Beta-3 adrenergic receptor Increases lipolysis in fat and thermogenesis in skeletal muscle

Reference en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Adrenergic_receptor

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