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This short monograph is a fine volume for a proper orientation of the basic mechanism underlying the allergic phenomena. It is a particularly important contribution today because it reemphasizes with a great deal of solid evidence the importance of the antigen-antibody mechanism in allergy. At this time, because of the undue emphasis which has been laid on the not entirely proved and accepted histamine theory, reorientation of the antigen-antibody hypothesis is a welcome contribution for those interested in allergy. This volume is recommended particularly for allergists and immunologists. It is well written and concise and presents a needed clarification of the subject of allergy.
Die pathologisch-anatomischen Grundlagen der Allergie. JAMA. 1950;144(7):595. doi:10.1001/jama.1950.02920070085051
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