Stress, Immunity, and Aging

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CRC Press, May 31, 1984 - Medical - 336 pages
This book contains two personal reminiscences of historical importance to research on stress and infectious disease. It deals with perspectives on immunity, aging, and disease and the prospects for immunorestoration in the treatment of immunodeficiency arising from aging and stress.
 

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Contents

An Historical
1
Eli E Sercarz Ph D Department of Microbiology University
13
Neuroendocrine Control Stress and Immunity
27
Moshe Shifrine Ph D Laboratory for Energy Related Health
41
Part I
67
Behavior Stress and Lymphocyte Recirculation
73
Effects of Acute and Chronic Stress upon Lymphocyte
81
Marvin Stein M D Department of Psychiatry Mount Sinai School
109
Rosemary P Fiore A B Department of Zoology and Physiology
157
Immune and Endocrine Factors in Autoimmune Disease
187
Roger A Gorski Ph D Department of Anatomy School of Medicine
195
Fundamental Neurosciences Program National Institutes
201
Nicholas R S Hall Ph D Department of Biochemistry The George
209
Cyclic Nucleotides in Neurohumoral and Hormonal Regulation
225
Miller Ph D Department of MicrobiologyImmunology
249
Stress and Disease
271

Michael Durante Department of Medicine Cornell University Medical
123
Part IIThe Aging Lymphocyte Stress
135
Sei Tokuda Ph D Department of Microbiology The University
141
The Prospects for Immunorestoration in the Treatment
291
Index
307
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