Advances in Histamine Research: Proceedings of the International Histamine Symposium Held at Okayama, Japan, 26-27 July 1981
Börje Uvnäs, Kenji Tasaka
Elsevier Science & Technology Books, 1982 - Medical - 261 pages
Hardbound. This book reviews the knowledge of the various fields of histamine research and discusses the basic mechanisms involved in histamine action. It covers histamine release, the central nervous system, gastric secretion and histamine receptors, heart and ultramicrodetermination.
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Histamine release from isolated and intact mast cells
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acetylcholine action of histamine adenylate cyclase agonists amines antibody antigen assay Berglindh Bergqvist binding Biochem bizarre behaviour black lipid membrane blocked buffer calcium carbachol catecholamines cimetidine co-workers compound concentration cyclic AMP decrease dimaprit dose effect of histamine endogenous enhanced enzyme epinephrine fetal fluorescence fractions fundic mucosa gastric glands gastric mucosa glucose guinea pig H1 and H2 H2 antagonists H2 receptors heart heparin hista histamine content histamine receptors histamine release histidine decarboxylase hypothalamus increase incubated induced inhibition inhibitor injection inotropic intracellular intraventricular histamine isolated gastric glands liposome mast cells McNeill mediated mepyramine metiamide mg/kg mice neurons NT-methylhistamine O-FMH Öbrink parietal cell parietal cell function pentagastrin peritoneal mast cells Pharmacol phospholipid plasma present protein rabbit rat mast cells rat peritoneal release of histamine response to histamine role Rothschild Schwartz secretagogues shown slices sodium Soll specific stimulation stomach studies superfusion tamine tion tissue uptake ventricle vitro vivo