Diuresis in rats: effects of sympathomimetic and sympathetic blocking agents.


Dopamine and tyramine possess diuretic properties resembling but weaker than those of noradrenaline in the rat. These three amines produce a relatively smaller loss of sodium than does adrenaline. Bretylium shows a diuretic action which is apparently associated with its sympathomimetic properties and which is antagonized by phenoxybenzamine. However… (More)


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