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Histamine Receptors in Brain

  • J.-C. Schwartz
  • J.-M. Arrang
  • M.-L. Bouthenet
  • M. Garbarg
  • H. Pollard
  • M. Ruat
Part of the Handbook of Experimental Pharmacology book series (HEP, volume 97)

Abstract

The brain is one of the last organs in which histamine receptors have been identified. This is not surprising in view of the slow emergence of the idea that the amine has an important role in neurotransmission in the CNS.

Keywords

Histamine Receptor Cerebral Cortical Slice Hrreceptor Antagonist Inositol Phospholipid Hydrolysis Histamine Research 
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  • J.-C. Schwartz
  • J.-M. Arrang
  • M.-L. Bouthenet
  • M. Garbarg
  • H. Pollard
  • M. Ruat

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