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Neuroimmunomodulation and immune privilege: the role of neuropeptides in ocular immunosuppression.Academic Article Why?
Neuroimmunomodulation in immune privilege: role of neuropeptides in ocular immunosuppression.Academic Article Why?
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Neuroimmune mechanisms of intestinal responses to stress. Role of corticotropin-releasing factor and neurotensin.Academic Article Why?
Taylor, AndrewPerson Why?
Alpha-melanocyte-stimulating hormone suppresses antigen-stimulated T cell production of gamma-interferon.Academic Article Why?
Mast Cell Serotonin Immunoregulatory Effects Impacting on Neuronal Function: Implications for Neurodegenerative and Psychiatric Disorders.Academic Article Why?
Neural control of ocular immune privilege.Academic Article Why?
Neuropeptide regulation of immunity. The immunosuppressive activity of alpha-melanocyte-stimulating hormone (alpha-MSH).Academic Article Why?
NK cell and CTL activities can be raised via conditioning of the CNS with unrelated unconditioned stimuli.Academic Article Why?
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Asymmetrical modulation of immune reactivity in left- and right-biased rats after ipsilateral ablation of the prefrontal, parietal and occipital brain neocortex.Academic Article Why?
Behavioral and immunological events induced by electrical stimulation of the rat midbrain periaqueductal gray region.Academic Article Why?
Cytokines and the brain: implications for clinical psychiatry.Academic Article Why?
Short-term immunological effects of induced emotion.Academic Article Why?
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