Drugs that copy the effects of the brain chemical dopamine and increase the amount of dopamine that is available to the brain for use.
A drug which increases neurotransmittor activity by stimulating the dopamine receptors directly.
A chemical substance (as a drug) that binds to a receptor and initiates the same reaction or activity typically produced by the binding of dopamine
A drug that acts like dopamine. DAs combine with dopamine receptors to mimic dopamine actions. Such medications stimulate dopamine receptors and produce dopamine-like effects.
a drug that mimics the effects of dopamine and stimulates the dopamine receptors.
Drugs that mimic the effects of dopamine and stimulate the dopamine receptors.
a synthetic drug that mimics the effect of a neurotransmitter dopamine
A drug that binds primarily with dopamine receptors and mimics the action of dopamine
A drug that imitates the action of dopamine on a cell--stimulates dopamine receptors
A dopamine agonist is a compound that activates dopamine receptors, mimicking the effect of the neurotransmitter dopamine. Some medical drugs act as dopamine agonists; they are typically used for treating Parkinson's disease, and may be useful for restless legs syndrome (RLS).