Title : Dopamine inhibits angiotensin-stimulated aldosterone biosynthesis in bovine adrenal cells.

Pub. Date : 1979 Jul

PMID : 447857

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1 The possibility that dopamine may play a role in the in vivo control of aldosterone production in man was suggested to us by reports from others; (a) that bromocriptine, a dopaminergic agonist, inhibits the aldosterone response to diuresis and to the infusion of angiotensin or ACTH; and (b) that metaclopramide, a dopamine blocking agent, causes elevations in plasma aldosterone levels. Bromocriptine proopiomelanocortin Homo sapiens