Dale reaction


[Sir Henry H. Dale, 1875-1968, Brit. scientist and Nobel Prize winner in 1936]
A test formerly used to demonstrate the ability of muscle tissues from an anaphylactic organism to contract on reexposure to the antigen.
SYN: SEE: Schultz reaction

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