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Noun1.pyrilamine - antihistamine used to treat rhinitis and pruritus
antihistamine - a medicine used to treat allergies and hypersensitive reactions and colds; works by counteracting the effects of histamine on a receptor site
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The improvement in sleep continuity measures may be explained by H1 antagonistic properties of olanzapine, similar to the effects observed with H1 antagonistic agents like mepyramine [33, 34].
The compound is used to denature alcohols such as ethanol and in the synthesis of sulfapyridine, antihistaminic drugs (tripelennamine and mepyramine), and in in vitro synthesis of DNA.
[USPRwire, Fri Aug 14 2015] Medicines containing 2% or less topical mepyramine in packs not exceeding 25g were reclassified from pharmacy-only medicines to general sale medicines in 2013.
Mepyramine (1 mg/kg), propranolol (2 mg/ kg), and atropine were used to evaluate blood pressure in cat body.
HOE-140 tested at 0.5 [micro]M and the histamine receptor H1 mepyramine (10 [micro]M) were applied locally via a syringe pump into the superfusion during 10 min prior to application of promastigotes.
(49-51) The significance of these contractile properties remains unclear, however in-vitro observations of autonomous contraction of myofibroblasts harvested from porcine and rat fascia when stimulated with various pharmacological agents (i.e., mepyramine, angiotensine, glyceryltrinitrate) have been repeated in different labratories.