Neuronal Histamine and its Receptors: Implication of the Pharmacological Treatment of Obesity
Keywords: H3 receptors; Histamine; N-methyltransferase; R-methylhistamine; Thioperamide; amygdala; anorectic effects; anti-psychotic olanzapine caused; antiobesity agent; arcuate nu-cleus; basal ganglia; betahistine; brain; chlorpheniramine; diabetes; food intake; hippocampus; histamine H1; histamine H1 receptors; histamine H3 receptors; histidine decarboxylase; hyperphagia; hypertension; hypothalamic AMP-kinase; metabolic syndrome; neurotransmitter; obesity; stroke; ventromedial nucleus
Document Type: Research Article
Publication date: 2010-12-01
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