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Developing an understanding of mast cell biology 

Developing an understanding of mast cell biology
Developing an understanding of mast cell biology

Stephen Wasserman

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date: 26 February 2021

The ability of a number of p-nitrophenylethyl, alkyl phenylalkyl, chloroalkyl, and aminoalkyl phosphonates to inhibit the homocytotropic antibody-mediated release of histamine from rat peritoneal mast cells has been tested. The effectiveness of these same phosphonates against the activated first component of rat complement (C’la) has also been investigated. . . .

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