4 edition of Cytokines in the nervous system found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||[edited by] Nancy J. Rothwell.|
|Series||Neuroscience intelligence unit|
|LC Classifications||QP356.47 .C965 1996|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||207 p. :|
|Number of Pages||207|
|ISBN 10||1570593922, 3540619712|
|LC Control Number||96044039|
Cytokines and Pain | Within the past few years, it has become recognized that the immune system communicates to the brain. Substances released from activated immune cells (cytokines) stimulate peripheral nerves, thereby signaling the brain and spinal cord that infection/inflammation has occurred. The largest section of the book deals with the cellular and humoral roles of the nervous and immune systems in basic physiological and disease processes such as antigen presentation, cytokines expression, viral infection and immunosuppression.
Central nervous system fatigue, or central fatigue, is a form of fatigue that is associated with changes in the synaptic concentration of neurotransmitters within the central nervous system (CNS; including the brain and spinal cord) which affects exercise performance and muscle function and cannot be explained by peripheral factors that affect muscle function. Cytokines - Wherefrom and Whereto. Cytokine Receptors. Cytokines and Signaling. Inflammatory Complexities in the CNS: New Insights into the Effects of Intracellular Redox State and Viral Infection in Modulating the Biology of Oligodendrocytes and Their Precursor Cells. Cytokines and Development of the Nervous System. Cytokines and CNS Inflammation.
The human nervous system can be divided into two interacting subsystems: the peripheral nervous system (PNS) and the central nervous system (CNS).The CNS consists of the brain and spinal cord. The peripheral nervous system is an extensive network of nerves connecting the CNS to the muscles and sensory : R. R. Tilleard-Cole, J. Marks. Title: Cytokines in the Central Nervous System: Targets for Therapeutic Intervention VOLUME: 3 ISSUE: 4 Author(s):Bared Safieh-Garabedian, John J. Haddad and Nayef E. Saade Affiliation:Department of Biology, Faculty of Arts and Sciences, American University of Beirut, Beirut , Lebanon. Keywords:cytokines, drugs, immune-therapy, inflammation, neurodegeneration, pathophysiology.
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There are sev eral reasons for such interest in cytokines and the nervous system. Firstly, the field of neuroimmunology (or psychoneuroimmunologyl psychoneuroendocrinology) has developed considerably in the past five years. Thus the importance of interactions between the nervous, im mune and endocrine systems in responses to disease, injury Format: Paperback.
Cytokines in the brain / Ma-Li Wong [and others] --Interleukin-1 receptors in the nervous system / Changlu Liu [and others] --Cytokine involvement in sleep responses to infection and physiological sleep / James M. Krueger --Cytokine actions on fever / Matthew J. Kluger [and others] --Cytokine effects on neuroendocrine axes: influence of nitric.
*immediately available upon purchase as print book shipments may be delayed due to the COVID crisis. ebook access is temporary and does not include ownership of the ebook. Only valid for books with an ebook version. This work includes topical reviews on cytokine expression and receptors in the nervous system, their actions on sleep, fever, behaviour, pain and nociception.
Cytokines in the Nervous System. Authors (view affiliations) Nancy J. Rothwell; Book. 48 Citations; Search within book. Front Matter. Pages i-xi. PDF. Introduction. Nancy J. Rothwell. Pages Nervous System cancer cytokine immune system immunology neurobiology neuroendocrinology neuroscience tissue.
In the human system, IL-9 does not induce any proliferation of freshly isolated T cells, either alone or in synergy with other cytokines or T cell co-stimuli. The human IL-9 receptor cDNA, isolated by using the mouse cDNA as a probe, encodes a amino-acid (aa).
Immunology of the Nervous System: Medicine & Health Science Books @ Cytokines and the CNS, Second Edition is patterned after the first edition; however, the wealth of knowledge now available adds a tremendous amount of insight and new implications.
To guarantee a fresh perspective, the editors made a conscious choice to utilize an entirely new set of contributors, all experts in various aspects of cytokine. Cytokines Signaling Pathwa y in the Nervous System Cytokines play a central role in maintaining self-renewal in mouse em bryonic stem (ES) cells through a member of the IL-6 type cytokine family.
Cytokines and the CNS In Cytokines and the CNS, leading practicing physicians and scientists review the current status of cytokines, with an emphasis on their role in developmental and pathological processes in the central nervous system (CNS).
Medical books Cytokines and the CNS. Cytokines might exert their effect in the central nervous system both directly and indirectly [50–53]. Direct action means that cytokines themselves are present in the brain, in and/or around the various neuronal cells, while secondary effects that are the result of cytokine action on Cited by: Cytokines participate in immune reactions and dominate several central nervous system events that affect both the survival and function of neurons (Szelenyi ).
TNF-α, which can be synthesized. About the Book. This Central Nervous System Diseases and Inflammation is edited by Thomas E.
Lane, Monica Carson, Conni Bergmann and Tony Wyss-Coray. This First Edition textbook of Central Nervous System Diseases and Inflammation serves as a succinct and well-organized reference volume focused on inflammatory CNS disease to a wide audience.
Cytokines are critical mediators of communication for the immune system, and they are essential for host defense against pathogens.
Cytokines can be secreted by immune cells but can also be produced by a wide variety of cells in response to infection, as with interferons, or can be produced or released from cells in response to cellular damage when cell integrity is by: 5.
Abstract. Several cytokines and their receptors have been identified in the brain and in cerebrospinal fluid. Historically, the stimulatory action of interleukin-1 (IL-1) on the hypothalamic-pituitary-adrenal axis (HPA), 1 and the unexpected localization of IL-1 β immunoreactivity neurons in the human hypothalamus, 2 have called attention to the role of cytokines in the by: Neuroimmunology is a field combining neuroscience, the study of the nervous system, and immunology, the study of the immune mmunologists seek to better understand the interactions of these two complex systems during development, homeostasis, and response to injuries.A long-term goal of this rapidly developing research area is to further develop our understanding of the pathology.
Purchase Universes in Delicate Balance: Chemokines and the Nervous System - 1st Edition. Print Book & E-Book. ISBNThe nervous system affects the immune system both directly and indirectly. The direct effect is via the synapsing of neurons with white blood cells in lymphoid tissues, while the indirect effect is through blood-borne neurotransmitters and hormones, which activate receptors on the white blood cells surface.
The book also emphasizes interactions between cytokines and other biological regulators at the cellular and molecular level, and considers in detail tissue-specific effects exerted on CNS cells by cytokines.
Cytokine regulation of CNS development also is discussed. There are several major classes of growth factors which act within the nervous system (Table ). Some of these, such as the neurotrophins, act almost exclusively in the nervous system, whereas others, for example, fibroblast growth factors and insulin-like growth factor I, act on a number of cell types throughout the body, in addition to the nervous : Gary E Landreth.
Type 1 cytokine receptors - This family includes receptors for a number of interleukin cytokines (IL-2 to IL) as well as a number of other cytokines (e.g. GM-CSF, LIF, and Epo, etc) and hormones (e.g.
prolactin, growth hormone, etc). These receptors are characterized by given conserved motifs located in their extracellular amino-acid domain. Medical Book Cytokines and the Brain, Volume 6 The volume is a collection of complex, new data drawn from multiple areas of investigation in the field.
The contents summarize current understanding on the presence and function of CNS cytokines and their receptors in a variety of central nervous system cells during health and disease.Development of the Nervous System, Fourth Edition provides an informative and up-to-date account of our present understanding of the basic principles of neural development as exemplified by key experiments and observations from past and recent book reflects the advances made over the last few years, demonstrating their promise for both therapy and molecular understanding of one of.