Molecule of Histamine - Stock image

Model - Object, Atom, Biochemistry, Biology, Chemistry

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Stock photo ID:183430243
Upload date:October 03, 2013

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'A ball and stick model of histamine. Histamine is found in almost all human and animal cells. It is involved in the immune system, acting on foreign pathogens and causing inflamation. In this way, it is responsible for the itchiness, runny nose and watery eyes that come with many allergies.Isolated on white.'
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