Stress-Associated Immune Modulation and Its Implications for Reactivation of Latent Herpesviruses

@inproceedings{Glaser2004StressAssociatedIM,
  title={Stress-Associated Immune Modulation and Its Implications for Reactivation of Latent Herpesviruses},
  author={Ronald Glaser and JANICE K. KIECOLT},
  year={2004}
}
There is an extensive literature concerned with the integration of the immune system with the central nervous system (CNS) and endocrine systems. Each of these body systems is complex, and studying the interactions among the three systems raises the complexity by orders of magnitude. The field of “psychoneuroimmunology” or “neuroimmunomodulation” is a rapidly de veloping field and encompasses these interactions; it also includes the study of behavior as a modulator of the interaction. There is… CONTINUE READING

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