Studies on the influence of some psychoactive drugs on brain histamine.

R. W. Henwood
A major emphasis of research in mental health and neuropharmacology has been placed upon putative neurotransmitters. Histamine has received less attention until now partly due to difficulties encountered in measuring its concentration and turnover rates in discrete brain regions of rats. The enzymatic-isotopic assay procedures currently employed now afford accurate and reliable estimates in various brain regions of rats. Acute treatment with morphine, methadone, or naloxone did not induce any significant changes in the endogenous...
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