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TitleBilateral Communication Between the Endocrine and Immune Systems [electronic resource] / edited by Charles J. Grossman
ImprintNew York, NY : Springer New York, 1994
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Bilateral Communication Between the Endocrine and Immune Systems, Volume 7 in the Springer-Verlag Endocrinology and Metabolism Series, offers the most current information and recent advances in the area of communication and regulation between the Immune and Endocrine Systems. Immune-Endocrine Interactions are reported to play pivotal roles in both activation and down-regulation of immune responses and this volume provides the most up-to-date research and findings on the immune-endocrine relationship. The contributing authors are internationally recognized experts in this area and have written chapters on such diverse topics as Interactions between the Pituitary and Immune Systems, Effects of Estrogens and Androgens on Immune Response, The Role of Sex Steroids in Immune System Regulation, and Neuroendocrine and Thymus Interactions During Development and Aging. This volume is a must for all endocrinologists and endocrinology residents


1 The Role of Sex Steroids in Immune System Regulation -- 2 Hormonal and Immunologic Interactions Between Thymus and Ovary -- 3 Effects of Estrogens/Androgens on the Immune Response -- 4 Sex Hormone, Glucocorticoid, and Cytokine Regulation of Mucosal Immunity in the Male and Female Reproductive Tract -- 5 Suppressive and Permissive Actions of Glucocorticoids: A Way to Control Innate Immunity and to Facilitate Specificity of Adaptive Immunity? -- 6 Hormonal Interactions Between the Pituitary and Immune Systems -- 7 Hormonal Interactions Between the Thymus and the Pituitary -- 8 Neuroendocrineโ{128}{148}Thymus Interactions During Development and Aging -- 9 Effects of Cytokines on the Hypothalamicโ{128}{148}Pituitaryโ{128}{148}Adrenal Axis on the Rat -- 10 Role of Growth Factors and Cytokines in the Therapy of Immune Deficiencies

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