Comparison of the vasodilator action of dopamine and dopamine agonists in the renal and coronary beds of the dog.

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1 The effects of dopamine and the dopamine receptor agonists, SK&F 38393 and bromocriptine, on renal and coronary blood flow in the anaesthetized dog were examined. Dopamine was found to dilate both vascular beds, whereas SK&F 38393 increased renal blood flow but did not have any dilator activity in the coronary vasculature. Bromocriptine did not cause… (More)

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@article{Lang1982ComparisonOT, title={Comparison of the vasodilator action of dopamine and dopamine agonists in the renal and coronary beds of the dog.}, author={W. J. Lang and Owen L. Woodman}, journal={British journal of pharmacology}, year={1982}, volume={77 1}, pages={23-8} }