Asked in Health
Why does atropine effect histamine receptors?
It doesn't atropine only acts on muscarinic receptors (it's a competitive antagonist here for ACh), but histamine acts on different receptors (histamine receptors). There is no direct interaction between atropine and histamine receptors ...
Asked in Synonyms and Antonyms
What is the antonym for the word antihistamine?
Anti-histamine means a substance which inhibits the release of histamine. Its opposite would be something that promotes the release of histamine. There is no standard word for such a material but one can use prohistamine for it. ...
What is the mechanism of action of Zyrtec laymen's terms?
blocks histamine from binding to its receptor. histamine normally causes the allergy symptoms by interacting with this receptor, therefore, Zyrtec reduces these histamine-mediated symptoms ...
Asked in Human Anatomy and Physiology
What cells release histamine How does the body respond to the release of histamine?
Much of the histamine in the body is produced by the granules in mast cells and basophils as part of a local immune response to the presence of invading bodies. ...
Causes an inflammatory response characterized by such symptoms as sneezing a runny nose and constricted air passages?
A- Histamine histamine
Asked in Conditions and Diseases, Asthma
What is The chemical that causes the allergic response during an asthma attack?
It is called Histamine. Histamine causes the allergic response during an athema attack. ...
Asked in Genetics, Blood, Lymphatic System, Immune System
The leukocyte that releases histamine and other inflammatory chemicals is the?
The Basophil is the leukocyte that releases histamine and other mediators of inflammation; contain heparin, an anticoagulant. ...