DÄ internationalArchive51-52/2006Histamine Intolerance in Clinical Practice

Review article

Histamine Intolerance in Clinical Practice

Dtsch Arztebl 2006; 103(51-52): A-3477

Maintz, L; Bieber, T; Novak, N

Articles published before 2008 are only available as pdf.

1. Jarisch R, Götz M, Hemmer W, Missbichler A, Raithel M, Wantke F: Histamin-Intoleranz. Histamin und Seekrankheit. 2 ed. Stuttgart. New York: Georg Thieme Verlag 2004.
2. Schwelberger HG: Diamine oxidase (DAO) enzyme and gene. In: Falus A, editor: Histamine: Biology and Medical Aspects. Budapest: Spring Med Publishing 2004; 43–52.
3. Silla Santos MH: Biogenic amines: their importance in foods. Int J Food Microbiol 1996; 29: 213–31. MEDLINE
4. Bieganski T, Kusche J, Lorenz W, Hesterberg R, Stahlknecht CD, Feussner KD: Distribution and properties of human intestinal diamine oxidase and its relevance for the histamine catabolism. Biochim Biophys Acta 1983; 756:196–203. MEDLINE
5. Sattler J, Hafner D, Klotter HJ, Lorenz W, Wagner PK: Food-induced histaminosis as an epidemiological problem: plasma histamine elevation and haemodynamic alterations after oral histamine administration and blockade of diamine oxidase (DAO). Agents Actions 1988; 23: 361–5. MEDLINE
6. Wantke F, Gotz M, Jarisch R: The red wine provocation test: intolerance to histamine as a model for food intolerance. Allergy Proc 1994;15: 27–32. MEDLINE
7. Sattler J, Lorenz W: Intestinal diamine oxidases and enteral-induced histaminosis: studies on three prognostic variables in an epidemiological model. J Neural Transm Suppl 1990; 32: 291–314. MEDLINE
8. Jarisch R, Wantke F: Wine and headache. Int Arch Allergy Immunol 1996;110: 7–12. MEDLINE
9. Steinbrecher I, Jarisch R: Histamin und Kopfschmerz. Allergologie 2005; 28: 84–91.
10. Wantke F, Gotz M, Jarisch R: Histamine-free diet: treatment of choice for histamine-induced food intolerance and supporting treatment for chronic headaches. Clin Exp Allergy 1993; 23: 982–5. MEDLINE
11. Schmidt WU, Sattler J, Hesterberg R et al.: Human intestinal diamine oxidase (DAO) activity in Crohn's disease: a new marker for disease assessment? Agents Actions 1990; 30: 267–70. MEDLINE
12. Raithel M, Matek M, Baenkler HW, Jorde W, Hahn EG: Mucosal histamine content and histamine secretion in Crohn's disease, ulcerative colitis and allergic enteropathy. Int Arch Allergy Immunol 1995;108:127–33. MEDLINE
13. Raithel M, Ulrich P, Keymling J, Hahn EG: Analysis and topographical distribution of gut diamine oxidase activity in patients with food allergy. Ann N Y Acad Sci 1998 Nov 17; 859: 258–61. MEDLINE
14. Kuefner MA, Schwelberger HG, Ulrich P, Hahn EG, Raithel M: Total histamine degradation capacity (THDC) as an important biological marker of histamine metabolism in human colonic mucosa. Inflamm Res 2002; 51 (Suppl. 1): S87–88. MEDLINE
15. Raithel M, Ulrich P, Hochberger J, Hahn EG: Measurement of gut diamine oxidase activity. Diamine oxidase as a new biologic marker of colorectal proliferation? Ann N Y Acad Sci 1998; 859: 262–6. MEDLINE
16. Yan L, Galinsky RE, Bernstein JA, Liggett SB, Weinshilboum RM: Histamine N-methyltransferase pharmacogenetics: association of a common functional polymorphism with asthma. Pharmacogenetics 2000;10: 261–6. MEDLINE
17. Jarisch R, Pirker C, Möslinger T, Götz M: The role of histamine in wine intolerance. J Allergy Clin Immunol 1992; 91; 197.
18. Wantke F, Hemmer W, Haglmuller T, Gotz M, Jarisch R: Histamine in wine. Bronchoconstriction after a double-blind placebo-controlled red wine provocation test. Int Arch Allergy Immunol 1996; 110: 397–400. MEDLINE
19. Sattler J, Hesterberg R, Lorenz W, Schmidt U, Crombach M, Stahlknecht CD: Inhibition of human and canine diamine oxidase by drugs used in an intensive care unit: relevance for clinical side effects? Agents Actions 1985; 16: 91–4. MEDLINE
20. Wantke F, Proud D, Siekierski E, Kagey-Sobotka A: Daily variations of serum diamine oxidase and the influence of H1 and H2 blockers: a critical approach to routine diamine oxidase assessment. Inflamm Res 1998; 47: 396–400. MEDLINE
21. Raithel M, Kufner M, Ulrich P, Hahn EG: The involvement of the histamine degradation pathway by diamine oxidase in manifest gastrointestinal allergies. Inflamm Res 1999; 48 (Suppl.. 1): S75–6. MEDLINE
22. Petersen J, Drasche A, Raithel M, Schwelberger HG: Analysis of genetic polymorphisms of enzymes involved in histamine metabolism. Inflamm Res 2003; 52 (Suppl. 1): S69–70. MEDLINE
23. Schwelberger HG, Drasche A, Petersen J, Raithel M: Genetic polymorphisms of histamine degrading enzymes: from small-scale screening to high-throughput routine testing. Inflamm Res 2003; 52 (Suppl. 1): S71–3. MEDLINE
24. Petersen J, Raithel M, Schwelberger HG: Histamine N-methyltransferase and diamine oxidase gene polymorphisms in patients with inflammatory and neoplastic intestinal diseases. Inflamm Res 2002; 51 (Suppl. 1): S91–2. MEDLINE
25. Tufvesson G, Tryding N: Determination of diamine oxidase activity in normal human blood serum. Scand J Clin Lab Invest 1969; 24:163–8. MEDLINE
e1. Bodis J, Tinneberg HR, Schwarz H, Papenfuss F, Torok A, Hanf V: The effect of histamine on progesterone and estradiol secretion of human granulosa cells in serum-free culture. Gynecol Endocrinol 1993; 7: 235–9. MEDLINE
e2. Kalogeromitros D, Katsarou A, Armenaka M, Rigopoulos D, Zapanti M, Stratigos I: Influence of the menstrual cycle on skin-prick test reactions to histamine, morphine and allergen. Clin Exp Allergy 1995; 25: 461–6. MEDLINE
e3. Vlieg-Boerstra BJ, van der Heide S, Oude Elberink JN, Kluin-Nelemans JC, Dubois AE: Mastocytosis and adverse reactions to biogenic amines and histamine-releasing foods; what is the evidence? Neth J Med 2005; 63: 244–9. MEDLINE
e4. Sarkadi L: Histamine in Food. In: Falus A, Grosman N, Darvas Z, eds.: Histamine: Biology and medical aspects. Budapest, Basel: Springer Med Publishing; Karger; 2004: 176–85.