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 Functional Assessment of Urinary Neuro-biogenic Amines—A COMPREHENSIVE GUIDE

DRD4>>D(4) dopamine receptor

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3,4-Dihydroxyphenylacetic acid

(DOPAC)

DOPAC, the major intermediate me-

tabolite of dopamine, is found in neu-

rons near the synaptic vesicles and in the

extracellular space. Research indicates

that approximately one-third of newly

synthesized dopamine is immediately

processed to DOPAC, which is then se-

creted into the extracellular spaces be-

tween neurons.