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TitleThe third histamine receptor [electronic resource] : selective ligands as potential therapeutic agents in CNS disorders
Author editor, Divya Vohora
Imprint Boca Raton : CRC Press, c2009
Connect tohttp://marc.crcnetbase.com/isbn/9781420053937
Descript xii, 385 p., [7] p. of plates : ill. (some col.), map

CONTENT

H3 receptor target: past, present and future perspectives from worldwide H3 experts / Divya Vohora ... [et al.] -- Third histamine receptor: from discovery to clinics, long-lasting love story at INSERM and Bioprojet / Jean-Charles Schwartz -- Histamine as neurotransmitter / Oliver Selbach and Helmut L. Haas -- Phylogeny, gene structure, expression, and signaling / Pertti Panula ... [et al.] -- Drug discovery: from hits to clinical candidates / Sylvain Celanire, Florence Lebon, and Holger Stark -- Peripheral actions and therapeutic potential in periphery / Gabriella Coruzzi and Maristella Adami -- Cognitive functions, attention-deficit hyperactivity disorders, and Alzheimer's disease / Maria-Beatrice Passani ... [et al.] -- Sleep disorders / Jonathan E. Shelton, Timothy W. Lovenberg, and Christine Dugovic -- Obesity / Timothy A. Esbenshade, Michael E. Brune, and Marina I. Strakhova -- Epilepsy / Divya Vohora and Krishna K. Pillai -- Schizophrenia / Kaitlin E. Browman ... [et al.] -- Other central nervous system diseases and disorders / Paul L. Chazot and Fiona C. Shenton


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