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Journal: Dermatology
Dermatologica (1981) 162 (3): 167–174.
Published Online: 14 October 2009
... and reactive (pa-thergic) lesions of the process and in apparently uninvolved skin of patients in the active stage of the disease; (2) comparative estimation of the histamine content at the site of cutaneous hyperreactivity lesions and in apparently uninvolved skin of the same patients. Various forms...
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Journal: Dermatology
Dermatologica (1983) 166 (2): 94–96.
Published Online: 13 October 2009
... of the treatment regimes showed a demonstrable beneficial effect on the course of the psoriasis. Histamine Cimetidine Chlorpheniramine Psoriasis 26 04 1982 26 04 1982 13 10 2009 Dermatológica 166: 94-96 (1983) © 1983 S. Karger AG, Basel 0011-9075/83/1662-0094S2.75/0 Cimetidine...
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Journal: Dermatology
Dermatologica (1989) 179 (Suppl. 1): 49–53.
Published Online: 09 October 2009
... or histamine. From these data we propose the following possible mechanisms for hyperpigmentations noted at postinflammatory sites and suntanned areas as well as at skin lesions of urticaria pigmentosa. Arachidonic acid metabolites and histamine, which are found in increased amounts in inflammatory skin...
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Journal: Dermatology
Dermatologica (1989) 179 (Suppl. 1): 41–44.
Published Online: 09 October 2009
... reactions after intradermal allergen challenge. As agonists, histamine and pollen were introduced into the skin chambers and left in contact with superficial dermis during 6 h. The release of mediators (histamine and prostaglandin [PG] D 2 ) and the modifications in protein diffusion occurring during...
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Journal: Dermatology
Dermatologica (1989) 179 (Suppl. 1): 127.
Published Online: 09 October 2009
... to persons or property resulting from any ideas, methods, instructions or products referred to in the content or advertisements. Histamine Serotonin Histamine-N-methyltransferase Mediator interaction Arthus reaction Dermatologica 1989:179(suppl 1): 127 © 1989 Karger AG. Basel «II l-9075/89/1797...
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Journal: Dermatology
Dermatologica (1989) 179 (Suppl. 1): 45–48.
Published Online: 09 October 2009
..., and gradually decreased to the original level. The histamine release occurred slightly more slowly than the increase in the intracellular Ca 2+ . It started 2–3 min after the stimulation, reaching a peak at 6 min and thereafter decreasing slowly. To supplement the released histamine, the activity of histidine...
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Journal: Dermatology
Dermatologica (1989) 179 (Suppl. 1): 128.
Published Online: 09 October 2009
...(s) disclaim responsibility for any injury to persons or property resulting from any ideas, methods, instructions or products referred to in the content or advertisements. Lupus erythematosus Skin MRL/1 mouse Autoimmune mouse Histamine Histamine N-methyltransferase Corticosteroid...
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Journal: Dermatology
Dermatology (1992) 184 (2): 111–115.
Published Online: 08 October 2009
...J.-P. Rihoux; L. Ghys; K. Mühlethaler; B. Wüthrich Two double-blind clinical pharmacology studies were performed in atopies in order to compare the inhibitory effects of cetirizine (CTZ) 2 HCl and terfenadine (TER) on histamine and antigen-induced skin reactions. In the first study, the subjects...
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Journal: Dermatology
Dermatology (1994) 189 (2): 117–119.
Published Online: 07 October 2009
... environment for the production of histamine or histamine-like products by Propionibacterium acnes . This report highlights the self-limiting nature of pruritus during effective anti-acne therapy. Increased awareness of this uncommon complication helps prevent the unnecessary discontinuation of effective acne...
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Journal: Dermatology
Dermatology (1995) 190 (1): 4–8.
Published Online: 07 October 2009
...: Six fibroblast cell strains, derived from keloid or normal skin, exhibited similar growth responses to platelet-derived growth factor, transforming growth factor β 1 (TGF-β 1 ), γ-interferon (γ-IFN) and histamine. In contrast, keloid fibroblasts showed significantly greater growth response...
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Journal: Dermatology
Dermatology (1997) 195 (4): 311–316.
Published Online: 06 October 2009
... the decreased axon reflex flare response in the clinical routine. Methods: Histamine was intradermally applied to the diseased dermatome as well as to the corresponding dermatome of the contralateral side of the body. Ten minutes after application, skin blood flow and the extension of the hyperaemic response...
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Journal: Dermatology
Dermatology (2000) 200 (3): 244–246.
Published Online: 18 May 2000
... for an additional 5 min. Itch was then experimentally induced by intradermal injection of histamine. Itch magnitude was rated each minute for the first 20 min using a visual analogue scale (VAS). Itch duration in minutes was also recorded. Results: Strontium nitrate, in comparison to its vehicle control...
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