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Volume 4 Supplement 3

Pharmacology of Antihistamines

Symposium Report Supplement

  1. This article reviews the molecular biology of the interaction of histamine with its H1-receptor and describes the concept that H1-antihistamines are not receptor antagonists but are inverse agonists i.e. they pro...

    Authors: Diana S Church and Martin K Church

    Citation: World Allergy Organization Journal 2011 4(Suppl 3):252

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  2. The term "chronic idiopathic urticaria" denotes a spectrum of conditions with different poorly understood pathogenetic mechanisms in which the release of histamine plays a role. Nonsedating second-generation H1 a...

    Authors: Todor A Popov

    Citation: World Allergy Organization Journal 2011 4(Suppl 3):253

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  3. Allergic rhinitis (AR) is a chronic disease with an increasing trend in most of the Western Countries. It may significantly impair the individual quality of life (QoL) and also represents a social burden for i...

    Authors: Anthi Rogkakou, Elisa Villa, Valentina Garelli and G Walter Canonica

    Citation: World Allergy Organization Journal 2011 4(Suppl 3):254

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