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Histamine H4 Receptors

More Information »Histamine H4 receptors are Gαi/o-protein-coupled receptors, first cloned in 2000. H4 receptors are expressed at high levels in the gastrointestinal tract, spleen, thymus, medullary cells, bone marrow and peripheral hematopoietic cells, including eosinophils and T lymphocytes.

Histamine H4 Receptor Products

Agonists
Cat.No.
Product Name / Activity
0752 Clobenpropit dihydrobromide
H4 partial agonist and H3 antagonist
3545 Histamine dihydrochloride
Endogenous histamine receptor agonist
0729 Imetit dihydrobromide
Standard H3 and H4 agonist
0932 Immepip dihydrobromide
H4 and H3 agonist
2342 4-Methylhistamine dihydrochloride
Selective, high affinity H4 agonist
4769 VUF 10460
Selective H4 agonist
2494 VUF 8430 dihydrobromide
Potent, high affinity H4 agonist
Antagonists
Cat.No.
Product Name / Activity
3753 A 943931 dihydrochloride
Potent and selective H4 antagonist
3640 A 987306
Potent and selective H4 receptor antagonist
2441 JNJ 10191584 maleate
Selective H4 receptor antagonist; orally active
4021 JNJ 7777120
Selective H4 receptor antagonist
0644 Thioperamide
H4 inverse agonist and H3 antagonist
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