Inhibition of human basophil degranulation by successive histamine dilutions: Results of a European multi-centre trial

  title={Inhibition of human basophil degranulation by successive histamine dilutions: Results of a European multi-centre trial},
  author={Philippe Belon and Jean Cumps and Madeleine Ennis and Pier Francesco Mannaioni and J. L. Sainte-Laudy and Marcel B. Roberfroid and F. A. C. Wiegant -RIDh1-- -IDh1 Correspondence to M. Ennis-},
  journal={Inflammation Research},

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