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  1. Mast cells release histamine when an allergen is encountered. The histamine response can produce sneezing, itching, hives and watery eyes.
  2. ... allergic reaction in the body, a chemical called histamine, from specialized cells in the body tissues is released. Histamine causes allergy symptoms such as sneezing, itching, watery ...
  3. Hives develop when histamine is released into the small blood vessels (capillaries). The capillaries dilate which causes a welt, and fluid oozes into ...
  4. ... brown spots contain cells with high levels of histamine. Individuals sometimes develop flushing and headache resulting from the massive release of histamine from these spots. This is the typical appearance ...
  5. ... spots contain mast cells with high levels of histamine. People sometimes develop generalized flushing and headaches from the massive histamine release from these spots.
  6. ... chest, contain mast cells with high levels of histamine. People sometimes develop generalized flushing and headaches from the massive histamine release from these spots.
  7. ... parts of the body's immune response. They release histamine and other chemicals that act on the blood ...
  8. ... may cause an anaphylactoid reaction on first exposure. Histamines and other substances released into the bloodstream cause ...
  9. ... antibodies to these allergens, which cause chemicals called histamines to be released into the bloodstream, causing itching, ...
  10. ... the food allergen, and by the release of histamines and other chemicals into the blood.
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