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Histamine Receptor

Histamine receptor has 4 subtypes (H1,H2,H3 and H4) which mediates various biological fuctions, including allergic reaction, gastric acid secretion and inflammation etc.

  1. Cat.No. Product Name Information
  2. GC33544 (±)-Methotrimeprazine (D6) (dl-Methotrimeprazine D6)
  3. GC31026 (±)-Tazifylline
  4. GC11809 (R)-(-)-α-Methylhistamine dihydrobromide Very potent, high affinity H3 agonist
  5. GC41715 (R)-Cetirizine (hydrochloride) (R)-Cetirizine is the (R)-enantiomer of the histamine H1 receptor antagonist and second generation antihistamine cetirizine.
  6. GC11001 2-Pyridylethylamine dihydrochloride

    Histamine H1 receptor agonist

  7. GC12737 4-Methylhistamine dihydrochloride H4 receptor agonist
  8. GC13537 A 331440 dihydrochloride H3 receptor antagonist,non-imidazole,high affinity
  9. GC11121 A 943931 dihydrochloride Antagonist of histamine H4 receptor,potent and selective
  10. GC17743 A 987306 H4 receptor antagonist,potent and selective
  11. GC35222 ABT-239
  12. GC31695 Acrivastine (BW825C)
  13. GC17517 Alcaftadine H1 histamine receptor antagonist
  14. GC35284 Alimemazine D6
  15. GC16052 Aminopotentidine H2 antagonist
  16. GC12472 Amthamine dihydrobromide H2 agonist
  17. GC13899 Antazoline HCl Histamine receptor inhibitor
  18. GC31141 Antihistamine-1
  19. GC16945 Astemizole anti-histamine compound, potent
  20. GC14070 Azatadine Histamine and cholinergic inhibitor
  21. GC15776 Azatadine dimaleate Histamine and cholinergic inhibitor

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