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Morphological and pharmacological research on the problem of histamine release by mast cells, with a contribution to the pathogenic mechanism of erectility of fluorescence in urticaria pigmentosa



Morphological and pharmacological research on the problem of histamine release by mast cells, with a contribution to the pathogenic mechanism of erectility of fluorescence in urticaria pigmentosa



Archiv für Klinische und Experimentelle Dermatologie 199(2): 197-211




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