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    1. Lischetzki, G; Rukwied, R; Handwerker, HO; Schmelz, M
      Nociceptor activation and protein extravasation induced by inflammatory mediators in human skin

      EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF PAIN-LONDON
    2. Lukacs, NW; Glovsky, MM; Ward, PA
      Complement-dependent immune complex-induced bronchial inflammation and hyperreactivity

      AMERICAN JOURNAL OF PHYSIOLOGY-LUNG CELLULAR AND MOLECULAR PHYSIOLOGY
    3. Nielsen, PN; Skov, PS; Poulsen, LK; Schmelz, M; Petersen, LJ
      Cetirizine inhibits skin reactions but not mediator release in immediate and developing late-phase allergic cutaneous reactions. A double-blind, placebo-controlled study

      CLINICAL AND EXPERIMENTAL ALLERGY
    4. Abrahamsen, O; Haas, H; Schreiber, J; Schlaak, M
      Differential mediator release from basophils of allergic and non-allergic asthmatic patients after stimulation with anti-IgE and C5a

      CLINICAL AND EXPERIMENTAL ALLERGY
    5. Matsuda, H; Tomohiro, N; Hiraba, K; Harima, S; Ko, S; Matsuo, K; Yoshikawa, M; Kubo, M
      Study on anti-Oketsu activity of rhubarb II. Anti-allergic effects of stilbene components from Rhei undulati rhizoma (dried rhizome of Rheum undulatum cultivated in Korea)

      BIOLOGICAL & PHARMACEUTICAL BULLETIN
    6. Begg, EJ; Barclay, ML; Kirkpatrick, CMJ
      The therapeutic monitoring of antimicrobial agents

      BRITISH JOURNAL OF CLINICAL PHARMACOLOGY
    7. Feldman, MJ; Morris, GP; Paterson, WG
      Role of substance P and calcitonin gene-related peptide in acid-induced augmentation of opossum esophageal blood flow

      DIGESTIVE DISEASES AND SCIENCES
    8. Yi, JM; Kim, MS; Seo, SW; Lee, KN; Yook, CS; Kim, HM
      Acanthopanax senticosus root inhibits mast cell-dependent anaphylaxis

      CLINICA CHIMICA ACTA
    9. Koppert, W; Blunk, JA; Petersen, LJ; Skov, P; Rentsch, K; Schmelz, M
      Different patterns of mast cell activation by muscle relaxants in human skin

      ANESTHESIOLOGY
    10. Braganza, JM
      Mast cell: pivotal player in lethal acute pancreatitis

      QJM-MONTHLY JOURNAL OF THE ASSOCIATION OF PHYSICIANS
    11. Noori, A; Lindenfeld, J; Wolfel, E; Ferguson, D; Bristow, MR; Lowes, BD
      beta-blockade in adriamycin-induced cardiomyopathy

      JOURNAL OF CARDIAC FAILURE
    12. Forsythe, P; Ennis, M
      Clinical consequences of mast cell heterogeneity

      INFLAMMATION RESEARCH
    13. Lacy, MK; Tessier, PR; Nicolau, DP; Nightingale, CH; Quintiliani, R
      Comparison of vancomycin pharmacodynamics (1 g every 12 or 24 h) against methicillin-resistant staphylococci

      INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF ANTIMICROBIAL AGENTS
    14. Leone, M; Ayem, ML; Martin, C
      Glycopeptides.

      ANNALES FRANCAISES D ANESTHESIE ET DE REANIMATION
    15. Karimi, K; Redegeld, FA; Blom, R; Nijkamp, FP
      Stem cell factor and interleukin-4 increase responsiveness of mast cells to Substance P

      EXPERIMENTAL HEMATOLOGY
    16. Muller, M
      Microdialysis in clinical drug delivery studies

      ADVANCED DRUG DELIVERY REVIEWS
    17. Widner, C; Klede, M; Rukwied, R; Lischetzki, G; Neisius, U; Skov, PS; Petersen, LJ; Schmelz, M
      Acute effects of substance P and calcitonin gene-related peptide in human skin - A microdialysis study

      JOURNAL OF INVESTIGATIVE DERMATOLOGY
    18. Sugimoto, Y; Iba, Y; Utsugi, K; Kamei, C
      Influences of everninomicin, vancomycin and teicoplanin on chemical mediator release from rat peritoneal mast cells

      JAPANESE JOURNAL OF PHARMACOLOGY
    19. Theoharides, TC; Patra, P; Boucher, W; Letourneau, R; Kempuraj, D; Chiang, G; Jeudy, S; Hesse, L; Athanasiou, A
      Chondroitin sulphate inhibits connective tissue mast cells

      BRITISH JOURNAL OF PHARMACOLOGY
    20. Church, MK; Clough, GF
      Human skin mast cells: in vitro and in vivo studies

      ANNALS OF ALLERGY ASTHMA & IMMUNOLOGY
    21. Schmelz, M; Zeck, S; Raithel, M; Rukwied, R
      Mast cell tryptase in dermal neurogenic inflammation

      CLINICAL AND EXPERIMENTAL ALLERGY
    22. Church, MK
      Non-H-1-receptor effects of antihistamines

      CLINICAL AND EXPERIMENTAL ALLERGY
    23. Begg, EJ; Barclay, ML; Kirkpatrick, CJM
      The therapeutic monitoring of antimicrobial agents

      BRITISH JOURNAL OF CLINICAL PHARMACOLOGY
    24. Candussio, L; Decorti, G; Crivellato, E; Rosati, AM; Traversa, U; Klugmann, FB
      Transport of doxorubicin in mast cell granules and the effect of the calcium antagonist verapamil

      ANTICANCER RESEARCH
    25. Mucci, P; Anselme-Poujol, F; Caillaud, C; Couret, I; Rossi, M; Prefaut, C
      Basophil releasability in young highly trained and older athletes

      MEDICINE AND SCIENCE IN SPORTS AND EXERCISE
    26. Moreaux, B; Beerens, D; Gustin, P
      Development of a cough induction test in pigs: effects of SR 48968 and enalapril

      JOURNAL OF VETERINARY PHARMACOLOGY AND THERAPEUTICS
    27. Khurana, C; de Belder, MA
      Red-man syndrome after vancomycin: potential cross-reactivity with teicoplanin

      POSTGRADUATE MEDICAL JOURNAL
    28. STENTON GR; VLIAGOFTIS H; BEFUS AD
      ROLE OF INTESTINAL MAST-CELLS IN MODULATING GASTROINTESTINAL PATHOPHYSIOLOGY

      Annals of allergy, asthma, & immunology
    29. ABRAHAM SN; AROCK M
      MAST-CELLS AND BASOPHILS IN INNATE IMMUNITY

      Seminars in immunology
    30. ITO H; MIYAZAKI T; ONO M; SAKURAI H
      ANTIALLERGIC ACTIVITIES OF RABDOSIIN AND ITS RELATED-COMPOUNDS - CHEMICAL AND BIOCHEMICAL EVALUATIONS

      Bioorganic & medicinal chemistry
    31. WILSON APR
      COMPARATIVE SAFETY OF TEICOPLANIN AND VANCOMYCIN

      International journal of antimicrobial agents
    32. SATO T; TAGUCHI M; NAGASE H; KITO H; NIIKAWA M
      AUGMENTATION OF ALLERGIC REACTIONS BY SEVERAL PESTICIDES

      Toxicology
    33. ANDOH T; NAGASAWA T; SATOH M; KURAISHI Y
      SUBSTANCE-P INDUCTION OF ITCH-ASSOCIATED RESPONSE MEDIATED BY CUTANEOUS NK1 TACHYKININ RECEPTORS IN MICE

      The Journal of pharmacology and experimental therapeutics
    34. COOKE HJ; FOX P; ALFERES L; FOX CC; WOLFE SA
      PRESENCE OF NK1 RECEPTORS ON A MUCOSAL-LIKE MAST-CELL LINE, RBL-2H3 CELLS

      Canadian journal of physiology and pharmacology
    35. ZECKEL ML
      A CLOSER LOOK AT VANCOMYCIN, TEICOPLANIN, AND ANTIMICROBIAL RESISTANCE

      Journal of chemotherapy
    36. KLINKER JF; SEIFERT R
      MORPHINE AND MUSCLE-RELAXANTS ARE RECEPTOR-INDEPENDENT G-PROTEIN ACTIVATORS AND CROMOLYN IS AN INHIBITOR OF STIMULATED G-PROTEIN ACTIVITY

      Inflammation research
    37. CHURCH MK
      INVESTIGATING BRADYKININ-INDUCED REACTIONS IN THE SKIN THROUGH MICRODIALYSIS

      Clinical and experimental allergy
    38. PATEL P; GRATTON D; ECKSTEIN G; ABERER W; PRYZBILLA B; CHELLY M; DANZIG M
      A DOUBLE-BLIND-STUDY OF LORATADINE AND CETIRIZINE IN ATOPIC-DERMATITIS

      Journal of dermatological treatment
    39. SATO Y; OKETANI H; SINGYOUCHI K; OHTSUBO T; KIHARA M; SHIBATA H; HIGUTI T
      EXTRACTION AND PURIFICATION OF EFFECTIVE ANTIMICROBIAL CONSTITUENTS OF TERMINALIA-CHEBULA RETS AGAINST METHICILLIN-RESISTANT STAPHYLOCOCCUS-AUREUS

      Biological & pharmaceutical bulletin
    40. OKUBO Y; HOSSAIN M; HORIE S; MOMOSE T; SUZUKI J; ISOBE M; SEKIGUCHI M
      INHIBITORY EFFECTS OF THEOPHYLLINE AND PROCATEROL ON EOSINOPHIL FUNCTION

      Internal medicine
    41. KORMAN TM; TURNIDGE JD; GRAYSON ML
      RISK-FACTORS FOR ADVERSE CUTANEOUS REACTIONS ASSOCIATED WITH INTRAVENOUS VANCOMYCIN

      Journal of antimicrobial chemotherapy
    42. BERLIN CM; MCCARVER DG; NOTTERMAN DA; WARD RM; WEISMANN DN; WILSON GS; WILSON JT; BENNETT DR; MULINARE J; HOSKINS IA; KAUFMAN P; RIEDER MJ; TROENDLE G; YAFFE SJ; COTE CJ; SZEFLER SJ; SMOLINSKE SC
      INACTIVE INGREDIENTS IN PHARMACEUTICAL PRODUCTS - UPDATE (SUBJECT REVIEW)

      Pediatrics
    43. BJORLING DE; SABAN MR; SABAN R
      EFFECT OF OCTREOTIDE, A SOMATOSTATIN ANALOG, ON RELEASE OF INFLAMMATORY MEDIATORS FROM ISOLATED GUINEA-PIG BLADDER

      The Journal of urology
    44. INAGAKI N; KAWASAKI H; HIYAMA H; GOTO M; MATSUO A; NAGAI H
      INHIBITORY MECHANISMS OF BETA-ADRENOCEPTOR AGONISTS FOR IMMUNOGLOBULIN E-MEDIATED EXPERIMENTAL ALLERGIC REACTIONS IN RATS

      European journal of pharmacology
    45. WOLFREYS K; OLIVEIRA DBG
      ALTERATIONS IN INTRACELLULAR REACTIVE OXYGEN SPECIES GENERATION AND REDOX POTENTIAL MODULATE MAST-CELL FUNCTION

      European Journal of Immunology
    46. SABAN MR; SABAN R; BJORLING DE
      KINETICS OF PEPTIDE-INDUCED RELEASE OF INFLAMMATORY MEDIATORS BY THE URINARY-BLADDER

      British Journal of Urology
    47. HUA XY; BACK SM; TAM EK
      SUBSTANCE-P ENHANCES ELECTRICAL-FIELD STIMULATION-INDUCED MAST-CELL DEGRANULATION IN RAT TRACHEA

      American journal of physiology. Lung cellular and molecular physiology
    48. CZECH W; BUSSE A; WEDI B; KAPP A
      PSEUDOALLERGIC REACTIONS TO FOOD-ADDITIVE S AND NONSTEROIDAL ANTIINFLAMMATORY DRUGS

      Allergologie
    49. THEOHARIDES TC
      THE MAST-CELL - A NEUROIMMUNOENDOCRINE MASTER PLAYER

      International journal on tissue reactions
    50. BAUMGARTEN CR; WITZEL A; KLEINETEBBE J; KUNKEL G
      SUBSTANCE-P ENHANCES ANTIGEN-EVOKED MEDIATOR RELEASE FROM HUMAN NASAL-MUCOSA

      Peptides
    51. DEPAULIS A; CICCARELLI A; DECRESCENZO G; CIRILLO R; PATELLA V; MARONE G
      CYCLOSPORINE-H IS A POTENT AND SELECTIVE COMPETITIVE ANTAGONIST OF HUMAN BASOPHIL ACTIVATION BY N-FORMYL-METHIONYL-LEUCYL-PHENYLALANINE

      Journal of allergy and clinical immunology
    52. KIVITY S
      BASOPHILS IN ALLERGY

      Israel journal of medical sciences
    53. HAUSTEIN UF; WEBER B; SEIKOWSKI K
      SUBSTANCE-P AND VASOACTIVE-INTESTINAL-PEP TIDE IN PATIENTS WITH PROGRESSIVE SYSTEMIC-SCLEROSIS - PLASMA-LEVELS BEFORE AND AFTER AUTOGENIC TRAINING

      Hautarzt
    54. CANTU TG; YAMANAKAYUEN NA; LIETMAN PS
      SERUM VANCOMYCIN CONCENTRATIONS - REAPPRAISAL OF THEIR CLINICAL-VALUE

      Clinical infectious diseases
    55. AMON U; NITSCHKE M; DIECKMANN D; GIBBS BF; WEHRHAHN C; WOLFF HH
      ACTIVATION AND INHIBITION OF MEDIATOR RELEASE FROM SKIN MAST-CELLS - A REVIEW OF IN-VITRO EXPERIMENTS

      Clinical and experimental allergy
    56. NORN S; CLEMENTSEN P; KRISTENSEN KS; SKOV PS; BISGAARD H; GRAVESEN S
      EXAMINATION OF MECHANISMS RESPONSIBLE FOR ORGANIC DUST-RELATED DISEASES - MEDIATOR RELEASE INDUCED BY MICROORGANISMS - A REVIEW

      Indoor air
    57. NORN S
      MICROORGANISM-INDUCED OR ENHANCED MEDIATOR RELEASE - A POSSIBLE MECHANISM IN ORGANIC DUST RELATED DISEASES

      American journal of industrial medicine
    58. LAPENNA D; CUCCURULLO F
      GASTROPROTECTIVE EFFECT OF ZINC

      Digestive diseases and sciences
    59. MARONE G; SPADARO G; PATELLA V; GENOVESE A
      THE CLINICAL RELEVANCE OF BASOPHIL RELEASABILITY

      Journal of allergy and clinical immunology
    60. ELLATI SG; DAHINDEN CA; CHURCH MK
      COMPLEMENT PEPTIDES C3A-INDUCED AND C5A-INDUCED MEDIATOR RELEASE FROMDISSOCIATED HUMAN SKIN MAST-CELLS

      Journal of investigative dermatology
    61. OLIVER JM; BURG DL; WILSON BS; MCLAUGHLIN JL; GEAHLEN RL
      INHIBITION OF MAST-CELL FC-EPSILON-R1-MEDIATED SIGNALING AND EFFECTORFUNCTION BY THE SYK-SELECTIVE INHIBITOR, PICEATANNOL

      The Journal of biological chemistry
    62. MCCLOSKEY MA; QIAN YX
      SELECTIVE EXPRESSION OF POTASSIUM CHANNELS DURING CELL-DIFFERENTIATION

      The Journal of biological chemistry
    63. HARIA M; FITTON A; PETERS DH
      LORATADINE - A REAPPRAISAL OF ITS PHARMACOLOGICAL PROPERTIES AND THERAPEUTIC USE IN ALLERGIC DISORDERS

      Drugs
    64. ZEJDA JE; DOSMAN JA
      RESPIRATORY DISORDERS IN AGRICULTURE

      Tubercle and lung disease
    65. KNOL EF; VERHOEVEN AJ; ROOS D
      STIMULUS-SECRETION COUPLING IN HUMAN BASOPHILIC GRANULOCYTES

      Clinical and experimental allergy
    66. ROMANELLI VA; HOWIE MB; MYEROWITZ PD; ZVARA DA; REZAEI A; JACKMAN DL; SINCLAIR DS; MCSWEENEY TD
      INTRAOPERATIVE AND POSTOPERATIVE EFFECTS OF VANCOMYCIN ADMINISTRATIONIN CARDIAC-SURGERY PATIENTS - A PROSPECTIVE, DOUBLE-BLIND, RANDOMIZEDTRIAL

      Critical care medicine
    67. CASOLARO V; MELIOTA S; MARINO O; PATELLA V; DEPAULIS A; GUIDI G; MARONE G
      NIMESULIDE, A SULFONANILIDE NONSTEROIDAL ANTIINFLAMMATORY DRUG, INHIBITS MEDIATOR RELEASE FROM HUMAN BASOPHILS AND MAST-CELLS

      The Journal of pharmacology and experimental therapeutics
    68. OSULLIVAN TL; RUFFING MJ; LAMP KC; WARBASSE LH; RYBAK MJ
      PROSPECTIVE EVALUATION OF RED MAN SYNDROME IN PATIENTS RECEIVING VANCOMYCIN

      The Journal of infectious diseases


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