Sensitization of the Guinea Pig Myocardium through the Mucous Membrane of the Digestive Tract,
FOREIGN TECHNOLOGY DIV WRIGHT-PATTERSON AFB OHIO
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Under certain conditions, sessile antibodies can be bound by the guinea-pig myocardium that had been sensitized by direct introduction of the allergen into the stomach. This is confirmed by the positive anaphylactic reaction in the isolated heart of animals treated in this manner, which reaction manifests itself in a modified heart rate when the isolated heart is challenged by the sensitizing allergen.
- Anatomy and Physiology