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Histamine receptor

Introduction: Histamine receptor

Description of Histamine receptor

Histamine receptor: H1 receptors mediate smooth muscle contraction and are blocked by classic antihistamines; H2 mediate gastric acidification and certain smooth muscle functions and are blocked by cimetidine, burimamide, and related compounds.
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