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The impact of stressors on immune and central neurotransmitter activity: bidirectional communication

Reviews in the Neurosciences

Apr 1, 1993

H AnismanR M Zacharko

PMID: 7952386

Abstract

Antigenic challenge may have broad ranging effects which include not only immunological changes, but also endocrine and central neurotransmitter repercussions, and may thus elicit profound behavioral sequelae. Commensurate with the notion that bidirectional communication exists between ...read more

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Immune System
Lymphocytes as Percentage of Blood Leukocytes (Lab Test)
Brain
Endocrine System
Neurotransmitters
Neurohormones
Cytokine
Entire Immune System
Recombinant Cytokines
Skin Endocrine Disorder
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The impact of stressors on immune and central neurotransmitter activity: bidirectional communication

Reviews in the Neurosciences

Apr 1, 1993

H AnismanR M Zacharko

PMID: 7952386

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Abstract

Antigenic challenge may have broad ranging effects which include not only immunological changes, but also endocrine and central neurotransmitter repercussions, and may thus elicit profound behavioral sequelae. Commensurate with the notion that bidirectional communication exists between ...read more

Mentioned in this Paper

Immune System
Lymphocytes as Percentage of Blood Leukocytes (Lab Test)
Brain
Endocrine System
Neurotransmitters
Neurohormones
Cytokine
Entire Immune System
Recombinant Cytokines
Skin Endocrine Disorder

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