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1. Epinephrine (adrenaline)
A chemical produced and secreted by the adrenal gland s. It can act as a stimulant, increasing blood pressure, heart rate, and other functions. It is a neurotransmitter , or substance which transmits nerve signals from neuron to neuron, and is also a hormone that helps break glycogen (a polysaccharide ) down into glucose (a simple sugar ). It has the chemical formula C9H13NO3.

2. Epinephrine
A hormone produced by the adrenal medulla and secreted under stress; contributes to the "flight or fight" response.

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