A.-M. Perna

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Resident cardiac mast cells, located mainly around coronary vessels and in the right atrium close to the sinoatrial node, are the main repository of histamine in the heart [1]. Infl ammatory activation of cardiac mast cells, as occurs upon acute myocardial infarction, causes the release of histamine and prostanoids [2]. These substances lead to severe(More)
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