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The serum histaminase activity in guinea-pig pregnancy

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Chez les cobayes enceintes l'activité de l'histaminase est considérablement augmentée.

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Maślinski, C., Niedzielski, A. The serum histaminase activity in guinea-pig pregnancy. Experientia 20, 372 (1964). https://doi.org/10.1007/BF02147966

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  • Histaminase Activity