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Storage of histamine in the blood following liberation from liver and antrum through trypsin: protective mechanism or a factor promoting pancreatic shock (transl.)

Tauber, R. and Maroske, D. and Schulte-Holthausen, H. and Dormann, P. and Schmal, A. and Häfner, G. and Lorenz, Wilfried (1975) Storage of histamine in the blood following liberation from liver and antrum through trypsin: protective mechanism or a factor promoting pancreatic shock (transl.). Langenbecks Archiv für Chirurgie Suppl, pp. 213-216.

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Abstract

In dogs histamine was predominantly released from liver and antrum by intravenous injection of trypsin. The histamine content of the human liver was found to be high enough to allow the invasion of mg amounts of histamine into the circulation after histamine release. In blood histamine was rapidly taken up by corpuscular elements. At present it cannot be decided whether this mechanism leads to detoxification or to a more powerful action of histamine in the microcirculation.


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Item Type:Article
Date:1975
Institutions:Medicine > Zentren des Universitätsklinikums Regensburg > Tumorzentrum e.V.
Identification Number:
ValueType
54849PubMed ID
Classification:
NotationType
AnimalsMESH
DogsMESH
FemaleMESH
Histamine/pharmacologyMESH
Histamine ReleaseMESH
Liver/metabolismMESH
MaleMESH
Microcirculation/drug effectsMESH
Pancreatic Diseases/prevention & controlMESH
Pyloric Antrum/metabolismMESH
Shock/prevention & controlMESH
Trypsin/metabolismMESH
Dewey Decimal Classification:600 Technology > 610 Medical sciences Medicine
Status:Published
Refereed:Yes, this version has been refereed
Created at the University of Regensburg:Unknown
Deposited On:24 Aug 2011 09:11
Last Modified:24 Aug 2011 09:11
Item ID:21882
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