Allergy. Oct;46(7) Histamine measurement in whole blood and cell supernatants. A comparative study of two different radioimmunoassays.
Histamine as an important mediator of the allergic reaction has been measured by a number of methods both in whole blood and cell supernatants after in vitro.
A great many authors have described whole blood histamine measurements, both in normal humans and in subjects with various diseases (see Ref. 1 for.
The single isotopic-enzymatic assay of histamine was modified to increase its sensitivity and to facilitate measurement of plasma histamine levels.
Histamine is released from activated mast cells, often in an allergic response. Histamine tests measure it in blood or urine to confirm that a.
Whole Blood Histamine. Use. Measure histamine that was released in vivo prior to collection of the This is not the Leukocyte Histamine Release Test (LHRT).
A method is described for measuring histamine in plasma by development of fluorescence with o-phthalaldehyde, after separation of the histamine from most.
The normal histamine content of human blood as determined by bio- assay ranges . duced a red color, and at pH , obtained by the addition of a measured.