Protein Name: Histamine H1 receptor. Cannonical Uniprot Accesion Number: P35367.
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MSLPNSSCLL EDKMCEGNKT TMASPQLMPL VVVLSTICLV TVGLNLLVLY 
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AVRSERKLHT VGNLYIVSLS VADLIVGAVV MPMNILYLLM SKWSLGRPLC 
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LFWLSMDYVA STASIFSVFI LCIDRYRSVQ QPLRYLKYRT KTRASATILG 
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AWFLSFLWVI PILGWNHFMQ QTSVRREDKC ETDFYDVTWF KVMTAIINFY 
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LPTLLMLWFY AKIYKAVRQH CQHRELINRS LPSFSEIKLR PENPKGDAKK 
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PGKESPWEVL KRKPKDAGGG SVLKSPSQTP KEMKSPVVFS QEDDREVDKL 
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YCFPLDIVHM QAAAEGSSRD YVAVNRSHGQ LKTDEQGLNT HGASEISEDQ 
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MLGDSQSFSR TDSDTTTETA PGKGKLRSGS NTGLDYIKFT WKRLRSHSRQ 
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YVSGLHMNRE RKAAKQLGFI MAAFILCWIP YFIFFMVIAF CKNCCNEHLH 
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MFTIWLGYIN STLNPLIYPL CNENFKKTFK RILHIRS
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Scientific name: Homo sapiens
Is this protein a mutant? False
Alternative names:
  • Histamine H1 receptor

Corresponding Cannonical Protein:
Protein ID: 183
You can find this protein in the following complex structures:
Complex Structure ID: 106 Complex Structure ID: 107 Complex Structure ID: 124

References in which this protein is mentioned:

The UniProt Consortium. 2014. UniProt: a hub for protein information. Nucleic Acids Research 43 (None). doi: https://doi.org/10.1093/nar/gku989. Available in: Pubmed Link

Ismael Rodríguez-Espigares, Mariona Torrens-Fontanals, et al.. 2020. GPCRmd uncovers the dynamics of the 3D-GPCRome. Nature methods 17 (8). doi: 10.1038/s41592-020-0884-y. Available in: Pubmed Link