Histamine receptors

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R-HSA-390650
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Histamine is a biogenic amine involved in local immune responses, regulation of gut function and neurotransmission. It exerts its actions by binding to histamine receptors. There are four receptors in humans, H1-H4 (Hill SJ et al, 1997).

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9311023 International Union of Pharmacology. XIII. Classification of histamine receptors

Hill, SJ, Ganellin, CR, Timmerman, H, Schwartz, JC, Shankley, NP, Young, JM, Schunack, W, Levi, R, Haas, HL

Pharmacol Rev 1997
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