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Studies on the migration of basophilic leukocytes at the sites of allergic reactions part 1 appearance of basophilic leukocytes at the sites on nonspecific inflammatory reactions



Studies on the migration of basophilic leukocytes at the sites of allergic reactions part 1 appearance of basophilic leukocytes at the sites on nonspecific inflammatory reactions



Okayama Igakkai Zasshi 89(11-12): 1451-1460



Vesicles induced by using unguentum vesicans untreated or allergenically reactive skin sites of healthy individuals were investigated. Vesicles of patients with bronchial asthma were investigated only at the untreated skins. Basophilic and eosinophilic leukocytes in the exudate obtained from these vesicles were counted. The number of white cells in the exudate was higher in the vesicular fluid of patients with bronchial asthma than in that of healthy individuals. More basophils and eosinophils were found in the vesicular fluid of patients with bronchial asthma than in that of healthy individuals. The increase of these cell numbers was conspicuously observed in the positive immediate-type skin reaction of the healthy individuals. There was no relationship between the number of cells in peripheral blood and in the vesicle.

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