Nothing to sneeze at

  title={Nothing to sneeze at},
  author={Erica Westly},
  journal={Nature Medicine},
called histamine, did not attract much attention until 1927, when he and his colleagues found substantial amounts of it in ox liver, lung and muscle tissue, showing that the molecule is a natural constituent of the body. Ten years later, the Swiss-Italian physiologist Daniel Bovet synthesized the first antagonists to histamines, later winning a Nobel Prize for his work. By 1942, the first antihistamine successfully used to treat humans, Antergan, was developed in France. And within only a few… CONTINUE READING

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