Histamine is a molecule that plays a major role in local immune responses, produced and released by basophils and mast cells as part of the inflammatory response to a foreign body. To understand the role of histamine in inflammatory reactions and the immunoregulatory effects of histamine in physiology and various pathologies, it is essential to accurately measure histamine levels.
- Evaluated histamine levels in mouse lung lavage fluid
- Measured histamine levels in rat colon homogenates
- Evaluated histamine concentrations in human basophil culture supernatants