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Curare and norcuron
effect N1 receptors

can't stand (skeletal)
Trimethaphan and hexamethonium
effect N2 receptors

faint (no BP) pre-.post ganglionic

effects smooth muscl glands and cardiac
atropine
muscarinic 1/2/3 antagonist
phentolamine
effects alpha adrenergic 1 and 2 (antagonist)
propanolol
effects beta 1 and 2 adrenergic (antagonist)
prazosin
alpha 1 adrenergic antagonist
atenolol
beta 2 adrenergic antagonist
carazolol
beta 3 adrenergic antagonist
In terms of pathway of signalling

alpha adrenergics are like M1 and 3 / M2
alpha 1 - G alpha q, IP3 DAG
alpha 2 - G alpha i, decrease cAMP

M1/3 - G alpha q, IP3 DAG
M2 - G alpha i, decrease cAMP
beta adrenergics
G alpha s - all increase cAMP
what are co transmittors for

cholinergic
adrenergic
and enteric
cholinergic - Vasoactive intestinal pep(VIP), and NO

adrenergic - Neuropeptide Y, ATP