Diabetic Gastroparesis Yields to Blockade of This Receptor


Clue: What do domperidone and metoclopramide have in common?

The promotility agents metoclopromide and domperidone are commonly prescribed for the management of diabetic gastroparesis. 

These drugs work as antagonists on which of the following?

A. Dopamine D2 receptor
B. Motilin receptor
C. 5-HT3 receptor
D. Neurokinin receptor
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