sympathin


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sympathin

(ˈsɪmpəˌθɪn)
n
(Biochemistry) a substance released at certain sympathetic nerve endings: thought to be identical with adrenaline
[C20: from sympath(etic) + -in]
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He isolated a chemical product, sympathin, an epinephrine-like substance found at terminals of nerves, and described its role as mediator of impulses between the nerve and the muscle.
AMPHITOKY, BUKOWIZNA (Poland), CHIPEWYAN (Hodge), DYEMAKING (Web2), EURAKYLON (Chambers Dictionary), FLUNKYDOM (Web2), GURINEVKA (Ukraine), HANDMIKES, IRKENYASH (Russia), JURY-WOMAN, KEYINGHAM (Humberside, England), LUMBKAWNG (Burma), MYONEURAL and NEUROMYAL (transposals), OVALBUMEN, PLAYWOMEN, QUIDENHAM (in Norfolk, England), RYCHWALEK (Poland), SYMPATHIN (a hormone), TYRINGHAM (Bucks.