Renal Dopamine Receptors and Hypertension

@article{Hussain2003RenalDR,
  title={Renal Dopamine Receptors and Hypertension},
  author={Tahir Hussain and Mustafa F. Lokhandwala},
  journal={Experimental Biology and Medicine},
  year={2003},
  volume={228},
  pages={134 - 142}
}
Dopamine has been recognized as an important modulator of central as well as peripheral physiologic functions in both humans and animals. Dopamine receptors have been identified in a number of organs and tissues, which Include several regions within the central nervous system, sympathetic ganglia and postganglionic nerve terminals, various vascular beds, the heart, the gastrointestinal tract, and the kidney. The peripheral dopamine receptors influence cardiovascular and renal function by… 

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