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Schultz-dale reaction

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Schultz-Dale reaction

The contraction of an excised intestinal loop (Schultz) or of an excised strip of virginal uterus (dale) from a sensitised animal (guinea pig) which occurs when the tissue is exposed to the specific antigen.