anonymous
  • anonymous
My doctor mentioned that there were some organic chemicals withe the name Catecholamines. Having know for a while a lot of biochemicals, like lactase , protien kinases, and rubisco. So he wanted to know the answer. As to the kinds of biochemicals, also this was one that I figured had to due with catabolism. What is the role of the catecholamines?
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anonymous
  • anonymous
Cathecholamines are neurotransmitters.
anonymous
  • anonymous
catecholamines are hormones released by adrenal medulla in response to fight or flight( exercise etc.) and they also increases the metabolism rate.

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