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histaminergic

 [his″tah-min-er´jic]
pertaining to the effects of histamine at histamine receptors of target tissues, which are blocked by antihistamines.

histaminergic

/his·ta·min·er·gic/ (his″tah-min-er´jik) pertaining to the effects of histamine at histamine receptors of target tissues.

histaminergic

pertaining to the effects of histamine at histamine receptors of target tissues.
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29] Thus, above evidence and findings of the present observation suggest the operation of a non-H1, non-H2 and non-H3 histaminergic population of receptors responsible for producing gut contractility in this study.
Pimavanserin possesses potent 5-HT2A inverse agonist properties required to manage psychosis in PD patients, but lacks clozapine's affinities for [alpha]-1 adrenergic, muscarinic, or histaminergic receptors that contribute to clozapine's poor tolerability.
It also has a high affinity for dopaminergic receptors, mainly D2, D3, and D4; muscarinic M1-5; (alpha-1) [alpha]-1 adrenergic; and histaminergic H1 receptorsin vitro.
Expression profile of genes associated with the histaminergic system estimated by oligonucleotide microarray analysis HG-U133A in women with endometrial adenocarcinoma.
The neuronal histaminergic system is involved in many physiological functions (Rocha, 2014) and modulates a number of important processes in the brain, including: the sleep-wake cycle, cognitive ability, consumption of food, pain perception, release of tears, sexual libido, and pituitary hormone secretion (Nuutinen, 2011).
Changes in cAMP and cGMP levels in neonatal rat histaminergic neurons of tuberomammillary nucleus following 48-hour morphine exposure and effects of sinomenine intervention].
Intracerebroventricular effects of histaminergic agents on morphine-induced anxiolysis in the elevated plus-maze in rats.
2011), did implicate histaminergic signaling in the nervous system related to phototaxic behavior.
Histaminergic neurons in the central and peripheral nervous system of gastropods (Helix, Lymnaea)'.
It is synthesized in the cell bodies of histaminergic neurons in the nucleus tuberomamillaris in the posterior hypothalamus (1).
Aminergic neurons in the brain of blowflies and Drosophila: dopamine- and tyrosine hydroxylase-immunoreactive neurons and their relationship with putative histaminergic neurons.
Roles of central histaminergic system in glucose metabolisms and food intake in sheep.