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Neuroimmunomodulation (2019) 26 (3): 111–118.
Published Online: 22 August 2019
... to initiate the pathologic response when injected in the mice brain. Natural killer cells were also found to play a crucial role to activate adaptive immune response. Notably, CXCL10/IFN-inducible protein 10 and CXCR3 are involved in dengue virus-mediated pathogenesis and play an important role...
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Neuroimmunomodulation (1997) 4 (4): 171–180.
Published Online: 21 May 2010
... subunits, and the complexity of their intracellular signaling may explain the specificity of PRL action on different target cells. Prolactin Natural killer cells Th1 Th2 Stress 4 08 1997 26 09 1997 21 5 2010 © 1997 S. Karger AG, Basel 1997 Copyright / Drug Dosage...
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Neuroimmunomodulation (1994) 1 (1): 50–58.
Published Online: 21 May 2010
... in natural killer cell activity. Despite the absence of the pit-1 protein in dwarf mice, their spleen and thymus cells retained the ability to produce almost as much lymphocyte GH as normal. Overall, the findings support the idea that the pit-1 protein in lymphocytes of dwarf mice may not be obligatory...
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Neuroimmunomodulation (2004) 11 (5): 293–298.
Published Online: 20 August 2004
... and tumor necrosis factor alpha was measured before and then 5 and 45 min after the orgasm. Results: The results confirmed transient increases in adrenaline and prolactin plasma concentrations. Sexual arousal and orgasm increased the absolute number of leukocytes, in particular natural killer cells (CD3...
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Neuroimmunomodulation (2001) 9 (2): 65–77.
Published Online: 14 September 2001
... Natural killer cells W Immunosurveillance Abstract Objective: The characteristic biological effects of low-frequency electromagnetic fields (EMFs) appear to be functional changes in the central nervous, endocrine and immune systems. For unapparent reasons, however, the results of similar studies have...
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