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. 1975 Feb;5(1):4-8.
doi: 10.1007/BF02027150.

Histamine Content and Synthesis in Central and Pheripheral Nerve Structures During Stress

Histamine Content and Synthesis in Central and Pheripheral Nerve Structures During Stress

C Maśliński et al. Agents Actions. .

Abstract

Histamine content and histidine decarboxylase activity in cortex and hypothalamus, together with histamine content in peripheral nervous structures were examined in normal and electrically stressed guinea-pigs. A significant increase in histidine decarboxylase activity in hypothalamus and cortex together with concomitant decrease in histamine content in hypothalamus have been found. Electric shock causes also a decrease in histamine content in spinal cord, spinal ganglia, dorsal roots and sensory nerve. The function of histamine in nervous system is discussed.

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