Shock-induced modulation of lymphocyte responsiveness and natural killer activity: differential mechanisms of induction.

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The present study was designed to determine the influence of signaled shock on splenic natural killer (NK) activity and nonspecific T-lymphocyte mitogenic responsiveness. Furthermore, experiments were conducted to examine possible mechanisms mediating this suppression. The results demonstrate that a single session of signaled shock induces suppression of… (More)

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@article{Cunnick1988ShockinducedMO, title={Shock-induced modulation of lymphocyte responsiveness and natural killer activity: differential mechanisms of induction.}, author={Joan E. Cunnick and Donald T. Lysle and A V Armfield and Bruce S. Rabin}, journal={Brain, behavior, and immunity}, year={1988}, volume={2 2}, pages={102-13} }