norepinephrinergic
nor·epi·neph·rin·er·gic (nor-ep″ĭ-nef-rin″urґjik) 1. pertaining to neurons that release norepinephrine, or to the effects of such release. 2. pertaining to tissues or organs affected by norepinephrine.

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