histamin

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See also: hîstamîn

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histamin (plural histamins)

  1. Dated form of histamine.
    • 1913 January 1, Henry G. Barbour, “Note on the action of histamin upon surviving arteries”, in The Journal of Pharmacology and Experimental Therapeutics, volume 3, number 3, page 245:
      Histamin, an active principle of ergot, is a base produced by splitting off carbon dioxine from histidin by chemical or bacterial agents.

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histamin m

  1. (biochemistry) histamine

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histamin n (singular definite histaminet, not used in plural form)

  1. (biochemistry) histamine

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