Dobutamine hydrochloride has been used: • to treat mouse embryonic fibroblasts for cell death analysis• to inhibit TAZ (transcriptional coactivator with PDZ-binding motif)/YAP (Yes-associated protein) of Hippo pathway and study its effect on tumor cell proliferation• as ß1-AR partial agonist to determine its effects on budding of endophilin-mRFP-positive structures by live-cell imaging
Dobutamine is a synthetic catecholamine that stimulate the ß1 -adrenoceptor receptor. It exhibits inotropic outcome on the myocardium. Dobutamine elevates contractility and is known to be useful in the condition of low blood pressure.
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