Heterogeneity of Histamine Releasing Factors and IgE
Advances in our understanding of cytokines and their effects seem to occur almost on a daily basis. The first description of a cytokine causing histamine release was in 1979. Since that time several cellular products have been described which cause histamine release. The following is a general review of the literature concerning histamine releasing factors and their IgE interactions.
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Document Type: Research Article
Publication date: 1993-09-01
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