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 CONFERENCE ABSTRACTS
Year : 1974  |  Volume : 6  |  Issue : 1  |  Page : 1-39

Abstracts of Papers Presented in VI Annual conference of The Indian Pharmacological Society, Hissar, Dec.30, 1973 to Jan.1, 1974


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. Venom obtained from the Wasp Vespa cincta Fabr. was studied for its ability to release histamine from chopped perfused guinea piglung and to degranulate rat mesenteric mast cell..Venom released a considerable amount of histamine and degranulated mast cell. The time course of histamine release was studied. The release of histamine may contribute to pain after the wasp sting.






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