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Atropine
Muscarinic antagonist.
Bretylium
Blocks release of catecholamines from SNS nerve terminals but NOT the adrenal medulla
Botulinum Toxin
Blocks release of ACh at all cholinergic synapses
Chlorpheniramine
H1 antagonist
Cocaine
Blocks amine uptake pump
Phentolamine
Blocks alpha receptors
Propanolol
Blocks beta receptors
Ranitidine
Blocks H2 receptors
Reserpine
Depletes catecholamines in both CNS and PNS (post-synaptic neurons and adrenal medulla)
Trimethaphan
Blocks ganglionic nicotinic receptors
Phenoxybenzamine
Blocks alpha receptors (irreversible)
Guanethidine
Taken up into SNS terminals via amine pump and prevents release of catecholamines, eventually depleting stores of catecholamines
Timolol
Blocks beta receptors
Prazosin
Blocks alpha receptors
Scopolamine
Blocks muscarinic receptors
Cimetidine
Blocks H2 receptors
Labetalol
Blocks alpha and beta receptors
N-Methylatropine
anticholinergic
Metoprolol
Blocks beta1 receptors