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Histamine is a biogenic amine involved in local immune responses as well as regulating physiological function in the gut and acting as a neurotransmitter. Histamine triggers the inflammatory response. As part of an immune...
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histamine n. A physiologically active amine, C 5 H 9 N 3 , found in plant and animal tissue and released from mast cells as part of an allergic
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Definition of Histamine from Your About.com Guide to Food Allergies ... The release of histamine causes inflammation and is responsible for a number of ...
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Digestive Health ... General Information on Leaky Gut, Food allergies, Chronic Histamine Reactions ... folic acid can cause a cascading histamine reaction...
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Histamine is a biogenic amine chemical involved in local immune responses as ... Halting Histamine Action Means Hallelujah For Hay Fever Sufferers (May 7, 2006) ...
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Histamine, also histamine phosphate, an amine beta-imidazolyl-ethylamine, ergamine, or ergotidime that is a normal constituent of almost all animal... Histamine ...
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Histamine and its receptors in the brain have recently been the subject of two ... In addition, histamine affects the N-methyl-D-aspartate (NMDA) receptor (7,93) ...
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Histamine is a chemical that our body releases when it needs help correcting a ... Histamine and its buddies (5 helpers) will help re-balance the body that is "out ...
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Although there is always some histamine in your body, a mosquito bite (for ... In extreme cases, histamine levels in someone who is allergic to a bee sting or ...
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Histamine H4 receptors. Mutagenesis studies. Constitutive activity. Future ... Histamine has been shown to have a key physiological role in the control of ...
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3.1 Inhibitors of histamine release. 3.2 Other agents with antihistaminergic activity ... H2 histamine receptors are found principally in the parietal cells of ...
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Allergic reactions in which histamine is released, resulting in the swelling of ... The release of histamine might also be partly responsible for difficult ...
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92, 281-287), we investigated whether histamine regulates IL-6 synthesis. ... Histamine alone did not induce protein synthesis or mRNA accumulation for IL-6. ...
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Response Modulation by Histamine. Mechanical/Chemical. Pharmacodynamics-Mechanism of Action ... Histamine: Storage and Release ...
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Brief and Straightforward Guide: What Is Histamine? ... Histamine helps fight off infection by making capillaries more permeable to ...
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Background: Histamine receptor antagonists have been shown to induce tumor ... The role of histamine receptor anatagonists in breast cancer is unclarified. ...
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Histamine H3-Receptor. A. Distribution and Function. B. H3-Receptor ... V. Other Responses to Histamine. A. Potentiation of Responses to N-Methyl-D-Aspartate ...
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