PMID: 3804537Jan 1, 1986Paper

Anterior hypothalamic lesions decrease anaphylactic contractions in guinea pig trachea in vitro by reducing histamine and LTC4 reactivity

International Journal of Immunopharmacology
A J Van Oosterhout, F P Nijkamp

Abstract

Discrete lesions in the anterior hypothalamus (AHA) of the guinea pig brain reduce the anaphylactic contraction of the trachea in vitro after active in vivo sensitization by 40%. This difference in anaphylactic contraction does not correlate with a difference in homocytotropic antibodies but coincides with a decreased smooth muscle response to the anaphylactic mediators histamine and leukotriene C4. No difference in the beta-adrenoceptor function of the tracheal preparations can be found. The results suggest that AHA lesions afford protection against anaphylaxis in actively sensitized guinea pigs at least in part through a reduced smooth muscle response to anaphylactic mediators.

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