Role of cerebral lateralization in control of immune processes in humans.

@article{Meador2004RoleOC,
  title={Role of cerebral lateralization in control of immune processes in humans.},
  author={Kimford J. Meador and David W. Loring and Patty G Ray and Sandra W Helman and Blanca V{\'a}zquez and Pierre J Neveu},
  journal={Annals of neurology},
  year={2004},
  volume={55 6},
  pages={840-4}
}
Cerebral lateralization may be important in neural control of immune function. Animal studies have demonstrated differential effects of left and right brain lesions on immune function, but human studies are inconclusive. Here, we show that resections in the language dominant hemisphere of patients with epilepsy reduce lymphocytes, total T cells, and helper T cells. In contrast, resections in the language nondominant hemisphere increased the same cellular elements. T-cell responses to mitogens… CONTINUE READING
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