Altered neuroimmunoendocrine communication during a condition of chronically increased brain corticotropin-releasing hormone drive.

@article{Reul1998AlteredNC,
  title={Altered neuroimmunoendocrine communication during a condition of chronically increased brain corticotropin-releasing hormone drive.},
  author={Johannes M. H. M. Reul and Marta S. Labeur and Gerrit Jan Wiegers and Astrid C. E. Linthorst},
  journal={Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences},
  year={1998},
  volume={840},
  pages={444-55}
}
Presently, it is clear that the brain, immune system, and endocrine system build a complex network of interactions at various levels. Inflammation, which may be regarded as a stressful challenge, initiates apart from immunological, autonomic, and neuroendocrine responses also profound behavioral (e.g., immobility, social disinterest) changes. Key mediators… CONTINUE READING