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Year : 1985  |  Volume : 17  |  Issue : 3  |  Page : 140-143

Anti-inflammatory agents and anaphylaxis



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1. The present study was undertaken to compare the possible anti-anaphylactic, anti- histaminic and anti-bradykinin activities of chloroquine, aspirin and indomethacin with those of prednisolone. 2. Chloroquine and prednisolone protected animals in all the parameters used in our study but aspirin and indomethacin, did not afford animals any protection against systemic anaphylaxis and histamine toxicity but enhanced the histamine and bradykinin effects in vitro.






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