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Histamine in Complex Biological Matrices: Application to Inflammation Studies

Histamine is a molecule that plays a major role in local immune responses, produced and released by basophils and mast cells as part of the inflammatory response to a foreign body. To understand the role of histamine in inflammatory reactions and the immunoregulatory effects of histamine in physiology and various pathologies, it is essential to accurately measure histamine levels.

Download this compendium to discover how a novel tool has:

  • Evaluated histamine levels in mouse lung lavage fluid
  • Measured histamine levels in rat colon homogenates
  • Evaluated histamine concentrations in human basophil culture supernatants