The stress concept in gastroenterology: from Selye to today

@inproceedings{Elsenbruch2017TheSC,
  title={The stress concept in gastroenterology: from Selye to today},
  author={Sigrid Elsenbruch and Paul Enck},
  booktitle={F1000Research},
  year={2017}
}
More than eighty years after Hans Selye (1907-1982) first developed a concept describing how different types of environmental stressors affect physiological functions and promote disease development (called the "general adaptation syndrome") in 1936, we herein review advances in theoretical, mechanistic, and clinical knowledge in stress research, especially in the area of gastroenterology, and summarize progress and future perspectives arising from an interdisciplinary psychoneurobiological… CONTINUE READING

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