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Comparison of the effects of histamine H1- and H2-receptor agonists on large and small airways in normal and asthmatic subjects

British Journal of Diseases of the Chest

Apr 1, 1987

J P WhiteN Eiser

PMID: 2958072

Abstract

It is accepted that histamine H1-receptors are present on human bronchial smooth muscle and that they mediate bronchoconstriction. However, the role of the histamine H2-receptor in the airways of man is less certain. In ten non-asthmatic and five asthmatic subjects we have compared the ...read more

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Histamine Measurement
Pyridines
Receptors, Histamine H1
Bronchial System
Histamine H2 Receptors
Expiration, Function
Airway Resistance
Impromidine
Betahistine
Smooth Muscle
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Comparison of the effects of histamine H1- and H2-receptor agonists on large and small airways in normal and asthmatic subjects

British Journal of Diseases of the Chest

Apr 1, 1987

J P WhiteN Eiser

PMID: 2958072

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Abstract

It is accepted that histamine H1-receptors are present on human bronchial smooth muscle and that they mediate bronchoconstriction. However, the role of the histamine H2-receptor in the airways of man is less certain. In ten non-asthmatic and five asthmatic subjects we have compared the ...read more

Mentioned in this Paper

Histamine Measurement
Pyridines
Receptors, Histamine H1
Bronchial System
Histamine H2 Receptors
Expiration, Function
Airway Resistance
Impromidine
Betahistine
Smooth Muscle

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