Tag Archives: histamine

2-in-1: A new strategy against Parkinson´s Disease

AoS. 2-in-1: A new strategy against Parkinson´s Disease

Parkinson´s disease is a neurological disorder, which affects around 6 mio people worldwide, a number being expected to double within the next 20 years. It is characterized by a progressive loss of neuronal cells in the brain

How does histamine make it hard to breathe?

Histamine is a chemical substance that can be released in the lungs to cause narrowing of the bronchial tubes and difficulty breathing. Airway smooth muscle cells in the bronchioles (small airways) of the lung can contract or

Why narcoleptic mice exhibit faster recovery from sickness behavior?

Hypocretin/ataxin-3 mice (which are postnatally depleted of hypothalamic hypocretin neurons) were administered LPS. As a result, hypocretin/ataxin-3 mice were increased in sleep compared with wild-type littermates and showed faster recovery from sickness behaviour. We examined changes in

The role of the thalamic submedius nucleus histamine in modulation of formalin-induced orofacial pain

Pain is one of the most common and disturbing of human experiences. While it has many causes, the appreciation of painful sensation depends on the stimulation of pain receptors (nociceptors) and the conduction of the nerve impulses