Sympathetic nervous system-immune interactions in autoimmune lymphoproliferative diseases.

@article{Rey2008SympatheticNS,
  title={Sympathetic nervous system-immune interactions in autoimmune lymphoproliferative diseases.},
  author={Adriana del Rey and Hugo Oscar Besedovsky},
  journal={Neuroimmunomodulation},
  year={2008},
  volume={15 1},
  pages={29-36}
}
With some exceptions, the sympathetic nervous system has often been regarded as an immunosuppressive system. However, we know now that the immunoregulatory role of the sympathetic nervous system cannot be described in such absolute terms. Indeed, sympathetic neurotransmitters can inhibit or stimulate an immune response depending on numerous variables, which include the type of adrenergic receptor involved, the kind of antigen that triggers the immune response, and the subset of immune cells… CONTINUE READING
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