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Neuroimunomodulation in Health and Disease I. Basic Science, Volume 1261. Edition No. 1. Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences

  • ID: 5225646
  • Book
  • September 2012
  • Region: United States
  • 116 Pages
  • John Wiley and Sons Ltd
This is one of two Annals volumes that present papers by speakers at the 8th International Society for Neuroimmodulation Congress held in Dresden, Germany, October 2011. The papers focus on interactions among the immune, endocrine, and nervous systems that occur at multiple levels, from intracellular pathways by immune and neuro-endocrine mediators, to the exchange of information between the three systems that results in physiologic and adaptive effects. In certain instances, however, these interactions may be unbalanced or even disrupted, which can contribute to pathology, and aspects of such pathobiology are presented in some of the contributions.  This volume focuses on the basic science of immune-neuro-endocrine interactions.
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Foreword for Neuroimmunomodulation in Health and Disease Adriana del Rey C. Jane Welsh Markus J. Schwarz Hugo O. Besedovsky vii

Expression and functions of μ-opioid receptors and cannabinoid receptors type 1 in T lymphocytes Jürgen Kraus 1

Reconciling neuronally and nonneuronally derived acetylcholine in the regulation of immune function Koichiro Kawashima Takeshi Fujii Yasuhiro Moriwaki Hidemi Misawa Kazuhide Horiguchi 7

T cells affect central and peripheral noradrenergic mechanisms and neurotrophin concentration in the spleen and hypothalamus Jamela Jouda Johannes Wildmann Martin Schäfer Eduardo Roggero Hugo O. Besedovsky Adriana del Rey 18

Sympathetic nerve fiber repulsion: testing norepinephrine, dopamine, and 17β-estradiol in a primary murine sympathetic neurite outgrowth assay Susanne Klatt Alexander Fassold Rainer H. Straub 26

Glucocorticoid-catecholamine interplay within the composite thymopoietic regulatory network Ivan Pilipovià - Katarina Radojevià - Milica Perišià - Gordana Leposavià - 34

Presentation of neuroendocrine self in the thymus: a necessity for integrated evolution of the immune and neuroendocrine systems Vincent Geenen 42

Growth hormone modulates migration of thymocytes and peripheral T cells Wilson Savino Salete Smaniotto Daniella Arêas Mendes-da-Cruz Mireille Dardenne 49

Glucocorticoid regulation of inflammation and its functional correlates: from HPA axis to glucocorticoid receptor dysfunction Marni N. Silverman Esther M. Sternberg 55

Hsp72, inflammation, and aging: causes, consequences, and perspectives Eduardo Ortega María Elena Bote Hugo Oscar Besedovsky Adriana del Rey 64

Regulation of intestinal morphology and GALT by pituitary hormones in the rat Luz María Cárdenas-Jaramillo Andrés Quintanar-Stephano Rosa Adriana Jarillo-Luna Víctor Rivera-Aguilar Gabriela Oliver-Aguillón Rafael Campos-Rodríguez Kalman Kovacs Istvan Berczi 72

Transforming growth factor-beta inhibits the expression of clock genes Heidemarie Gast Sonja Gordic Saskia Petrzilka Martin Lopez Andreas Müller Anton Gietl Christoph Hock Thomas Birchler Adriano Fontana 79

Role of interleukin-6 in stress, sleep, and fatigue Nicolas Rohleder Martin Aringer Matthias Boentert 88

Role of sleep in the regulation of the immune system and the pituitary hormones Beatriz Gómez-González Emilio Domínguez-Salazar Gabriela Hurtado-Alvarado Enrique Esqueda-Leon Rafael Santana-Miranda Jose Angel Rojas-Zamorano Javier Velázquez-Moctezuma 97

Erratum for Ann. N. Y. Acad. Sci. 1257: 125-132 107

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Adriana del Rey
C. Jane Welsh
Markus J. Schwarz
Hugo O. Besedovsky Institute of Physiology, Marburg, Germany.
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