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Year : 1984  |  Volume : 16  |  Issue : 1  |  Page : 1-4

Effects of histamine and histamine antagonists on sperm motility


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The effects of histamine and its antagonist on human sperm motility were studied. It was shown that; 1.Histamine increases sperm motility 2. H2 antagonist cimetidine had no effect on sperm motility and classical antihistamines decreased sperm motility. 3. The inhibition produced by H antagonists could be overcome with increasing concentrations of histamine. 4. It is postulated that histamine may play a rote in regulating sperm motility and acts through specific histaminergic receptors.






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