Sympathomimetic amines

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sympathomimetic amines

A broad class of chemicals which mimic the actions of activation of the sympathetic nervous system and have an amine (usually beta-phenyl-ethylamine) basic structure; examples include isoproterenol, amphetamine, ephedrine, and phenylephrine.

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