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Michael A. Beaven has written: 'Histamine' -- subject(s): Histamine, Metabolism, Physiological effect, Toxicology
It doesn't atropine only acts on muscarinic receptors (it's a competitive antagonist here for ACh), but histamine acts on different receptors (histamine receptors). There is no direct interaction between atropine and histamine receptors
Pheniramine is a histamine drug which have anticholinergic action but its effect is agonistic or antagonist or partialagonist. Pheniramine is a histamine drug which have anticholinergic action but its effect is agonistic or antagonist or partialagonist.
Histamine causes the dilation of the small blood vessels while constrict the large blood vessels.
An antihistamine is a drug or substance which counters the effect of a histamine - commonly used to alleviate the symptoms of hay fever and other allergies.
sedative, the stronger the anti histamine effect the more sedating.
Antihistamines are chemicals that block the effect of histamine, in varying ways. Most antihistamines act on the H1 receptor. Physiologically, antihistamines stop the histamine reaction, and may also induce drowsiness.
Histamine and heparin
no it is the basophils that produce histamine
One side effect of narcotics is itching throughout the body, due to histamine release.1 Many medications share this side effect.