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Content:
Chapter 1 Chairman's starting comments (pages 2–3): W. Feldberg
Chapter 2 Distribution of Histamine within the physique (pages 4–13): W. Feldberg
Chapter three Histamine and Mast Cells (pages 14–19): G.B. West
Chapter four Histamine and Intracellular debris (pages 20–35): F.C. Macintosh
Chapter five loose and Conjugated Histamine (pages 36–44): J.H. Gaddum
Chapter 6 brief verbal exchange: Histamine and Mast Cells (pages 45–46): James F. Riley
Chapter 7 brief communique: motion of 48/80 at the Mast telephone inhabitants and Histamine content material of the Wall of the Gastro?Intestinal Tract of the Rat (pages 47–50): I. Mota, W.T. Beraldo, A.G. Ferri and L.C.U. Junqueira
Chapter eight brief conversation: The Isolation of Imidazoleacetic Acid Riboside (page 51): H. Tabor
Chapter nine brief verbal exchange: Histaminopexig motion of Blood Serum (pages 52–56): Jean?Louis Parrot and Claude Laborde
Chapter 10 brief conversation: Inhibition of Histidine Decarboxylase in vivo by means of Derivatives of Benzyl?1?Isoquinoline (pages 57–58): Jean?Louis Parrot and Claude Laborde
Chapter eleven The Mechanism of Histamine unencumber (pages 59–73): W. D. M. Paton
Chapter 12 size of Histamine?Releasing job (pages 74–91): J.L. Mongar
Chapter thirteen Histamine free up through lengthy Chain Molecules (pages 92–123): B.N. Halpern
Chapter 14 Histamine unlock via evidently taking place components (pages 124–138): M. Rocha and E. Silva
Chapter 15 Histamine free up and Anaphylaxis (pages 139–149): H.O Schild
Chapter sixteen brief communique: Antihistamine medicines and Histamine free up, specially in Anaphylaxis (pages 150–154): J.J. Reuse
Chapter 17 brief communique: unlock of Histamine—Clinical issues (pages 155–159): H.O.J. Collier
Chapter 18 brief conversation: the discharge of mobile Histamine in Rabbit Blood by way of Dextran and Dextran Sulphate (pages 160–166): C.G. Haining
Chapter 19 brief verbal exchange: Histamine unencumber and the Angio?Oedema form of response (pages 167–169): M. Schachter
Chapter 20 brief conversation: The Mode of Histamine Binding in Animal Tissues (pages 170–172): Floyd C. McIntire
Chapter 21 brief conversation: Endogenous Histamine Liberation in guy (pages 173–174): J. Lecomte
Chapter 22 brief conversation: A gradual Reacting Substance in Anaphylaxis—“SRS?A” (pages 175–179): W.E. Brocklehurst
Chapter 23 brief conversation: a few Discrepancies within the Histamine idea of Anaphylaxis in soft Muscle (pages 180–182): D.F. Hawkins and L.M. Rosa
Chapter 24 The foundation and destiny of Histamine within the physique (pages 183–188): R.W. Schayer
Chapter 25 Histamine and Gastric Secretion (pages 189–219): Charles F. Code
Chapter 26 Histamine and Vasodilatation (pages 220–234): R.F. Whelan
Chapter 27 Histamine and Nerves (pages 235–241): U.S. von Euler
Chapter 28 pores and skin Histamine (pages 242–247): W.L.M. Perry
Chapter 29 the importance of Histaminase within the physique (pages 248–257): G. Kahlson
Chapter 30 brief conversation: at the category and Nomenclature of Amine Oxidases (pages 258–263): E.A Zeller
Chapter 31 brief conversation: Histamine in Nerves (pages 264–269): E. Werle
Chapter 32 brief conversation: Histamine and Gastric Secretion (pages 270–271): R.A. Gregory
Chapter 33 brief conversation: The influence of intercourse Hormones on Histaminase (pages 272–277): R. Kapeller?Adler
Chapter 34 brief verbal exchange: The motion of Histamine at the Sympathetic fearful procedure (pages 278–279): Ullrich Trendelenburg
Chapter 35 brief communique: Histamine and the Vasodilator Axon Reflex of the outside (pages 280–281): Jean?Louis Parrot
Chapter 36 brief communique: Imidazoleacetic acid Metabolism in micro organism (pages 282–283): H. Tabor
Chapter 37 The foundation of Histamine within the physique (pages 284–297): J. H. Gaddum
Chapter 38 The foundation of Histamine within the physique (pages 298–317): R. W. Schayer
Chapter 39 The destiny of Histamine within the physique (pages 318–338): Herbert Tabor
Chapter forty The destiny of Histamine within the physique, with specific connection with the Enzymology of Histamine Oxidation (pages 339–355): E. A. Zeller
Chapter forty-one Is Histaminase exact with Diamine Oxidase? (pages 356–380): R. Kapeller?Adler
Chapter forty two feedback at the place of Histamine in Mammalian Tissues (pages 381–397): H. Blaschko
Chapter forty three the site of Histamine within the physique (pages 398–415): James F. Riley
Chapter forty four The Mechanism of Histamine unlock (pages 416–430): Floyd C. McIntire
Chapter forty five Mechanism of Histamine unlock (pages 431–460): Georges Ungar

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SCROGGIE, A. , and JAQUES,L. B. ROCHA (1947). Proc. exp. , 64, 141. SCHMIDT-M~LHEIM, A. (1880). Arch. Anat. Physiol. , 33. THIN,G. (1877). Trans. Clin. , 10,198. UNNA,P. G. (1896). The Histopathology of the Diseases of the Skin. Edinburgh : Clay ; New York : Macmillan, p. 955. 0. E HISTAMINE W. WOLSENHOLMB ond CECILIA M. 4 FOUNDATION Short Communication: ACTION OF 48/80 ON THE MAST CELL POPULATION AND HISTAMINE CONTENT OF THE WALL OF THE GASTRO-INTESTINAL TRACT OF THE RAT I. MOTA, W. T. BERALDO, A.

Pathologically, the lesion of urticaria pigmentosa is a benign mastocytoma-a focal collection of mast cells under a thin epidermis (Unna, 1896): clinically, the response of the lesion to trauma indicates that histamine is being released a t the site (Dale, 1929). Thus the “shock organ” in each case is rich in mast cells. However, it was only when MacIntosh and Paton (1949) published their classical paper on the chemical histamine liberators that it occurred to me that here was a means of discovering whether the release of histamine is in fact accompanied by morphological changes in the mast cells (Riley, 1953; Riley and West, 1955).

54) Lymphnode Spleen. Liver Lung Skin Kidney ... I . . . . . I 1,290 650 600 ( 4) 90 ( 5) 60 (25) 30 (25) 10 ( 9) 1( 1) 1 Heparin Mast cells 110 a57 293 ( 9) 88 ( 7) 50 (20) 29 (13) 8 (11) 5 ( 6) ++++ ++++ ++++ +++ ++ ++ +0 Figures in bracketd represent control value6 obtained from normal dogs. HISTAMINE AND MAST CELLS 19 We do not claim that all the histamine in the body is held in the mast cells; nor must we say that the production of histamine and heparin are the only functions of mast cells.

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