Histamine receptors

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There are 4 sub-classes of Histamine receptor:

Different receptor sub-classes mediate different responses when bound by Histamine, as each receptor type is localised to a particular body compartment. Histamine receptors are G-protein coupled receptors and are the primary target of Histamine anatgonists in the treatment of allergies, peptic ulcers, and some neurological diseases.

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