a substance released at certain sympathetic nerve endings: thought to be identical with adrenaline

sympathin sym·pa·thin (sĭm’pə-thĭn)
A substance, such as norepinephrine, that diffuses into the circulation from the terminals of active sympathetic nerves and serves as a chemical mediator.


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