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HRH1  -  histamine receptor H1

Homo sapiens

Synonyms: H1-R, H1R, HH1R, Histamine H1 receptor, hisH1
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Biological context of HRH1


Anatomical context of HRH1


Associations of HRH1 with chemical compounds


Physical interactions of HRH1

  • Small H1R agonists and 2-phenylhistamines interacted differentially with human and guinea pig H2R in terms of potency and efficacy, respectively [25].

Regulatory relationships of HRH1


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Analytical, diagnostic and therapeutic context of HRH1


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