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Academic Article Histamine-mediated adenylate cyclase stimulation in human myocardium.
Academic Article Anthracycline-associated cardiac and renal damage in rabbits. Evidence for mediation by vasoactive substances.
Academic Article Mediation of subacute anthracycline cardiotoxicity in rabbits by cardiac histamine release.
Academic Article Decreased catecholamine sensitivity and beta-adrenergic-receptor density in failing human hearts.
Academic Article Quantitative pharmacologic responses of normal and atherosclerotic isolated human epicardial coronary arteries.
Academic Article Histamine provocation of clinical coronary artery spasm: implications concerning pathogenesis of variant angina pectoris.
Academic Article Receptor mechanisms in the human epicardial coronary artery. Heterogeneous pharmacological response to histamine and carbachol.
Academic Article Histamine-mediated myocardial damage in rabbits.
Academic Article Acute and chronic cardiovascular effects of doxorubicin in the dog: the cardiovascular pharmacology of drug-induced histamine release.
Academic Article Studies with isolated human coronary arteries. Some general observations, potential mediators of spasm, role of calcium antagonists.
Academic Article Histamine and the human heart: the other receptor system.
Academic Article Histamine mediates myocardial damage by an H1 mechanism independent of coronary blood flow.
Academic Article Heterogeneous regulatory changes in cell surface membrane receptors coupled to a positive inotropic response in the failing human heart.
Concept Receptors, Histamine H2
Concept Receptors, Histamine
Concept Histamine H1 Antagonists
Concept Histamine Release
Concept Histamine Antagonists
Concept Histamine
Concept Receptors, Histamine H1
Concept Histamine H2 Antagonists
Academic Article Histamine receptors in the human heart.
Academic Article H2 receptor antagonists and right ventricular morphology: the MESA right ventricle study.
Academic Article Histamine H2 Receptor Antagonists, Left?Ventricular Morphology, and Heart?Failure?Risk: The MESA Study.
Academic Article Reply: Is Histamine H2 Receptor a Real?Promising Target for Prevention or?Treatment?of Heart Failure?
Academic Article Histamine H2 Receptor Polymorphisms, Myocardial Transcripts, and Heart Failure (from the Multi-Ethnic Study of Atherosclerosis and Beta-Blocker Effect on Remodeling and Gene Expression Trial).

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