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Histamine H4 Receptor by Holger Stark

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Histamine H4 Receptor
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Publisher: De Gruyter Open Ltd
ISBN/ASIN: 8376560557
Number of pages: 368

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The histamine H4 receptor is the most recently detected histamine receptor subtype. The molecular signaling mechanism, function and localization of the receptor will be described together with its influence on physiological and pathophysiological properties.

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