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noradrenaline

[ nawr-uh-dren-l-in, -een ]
/ ˌnɔr əˈdrɛn l ɪn, -ˌin /
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noun
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Also nor·a·dren·a·lin [nawr-uh-dren-l-in]. /ˌnɔr əˈdrɛn l ɪn/.

Origin of noradrenaline

First recorded in 1930–35; nor- + adrenaline

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British Dictionary definitions for noradrenaline

noradrenaline

noradrenalin (-lIn)

/ (ˌnɔːrəˈdrɛnəlɪn, -ˌliːn) /

noun
a hormone secreted by the adrenal medulla, increasing blood pressure and heart rate, and by the endings of sympathetic nerves, when it acts as a neurotransmitter both centrally and peripherally. Formula: C 8 H 11 NO 3US name: norepinephrine
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Scientific definitions for noradrenaline

noradrenaline
[ nôr′ə-drĕnə-lĭn ]

See norepinephrine.
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