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L’excrétion de l’histamine

  • Jean-Louis Parrot
  • Madeleine Mordelet-Dambrine
Part of the Handbuch der experimentellen Pharmakologie / Handbook of Experimental Pharmacology book series (HEP, volume 18 / 1)

Résumé

L’histamine est éliminée, soit libre, soit sous forme de métabolites formés par le foie, par le contenu de l’intestin, par les reins. Les voies d’élimination sont la bile, les fécès et l’urine.

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  • Jean-Louis Parrot
  • Madeleine Mordelet-Dambrine

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