Influence of psychogenic and neurogenic stressors on ...
|Title||Influence of psychogenic and neurogenic stressors on endocrine and immune activity: differential effects in fast and slow seizing rat strains|
|Author(s)||H. Anisman, Z. W. Lu, C. Song, P. Kent, D. C. McIntyre, Z. Merali|
|Journal||Brain, Behavior and Immunity|
|Abstract||Variations of plasma ACTH and corticosterone, splenic macrophage activity, and mitogen-induced cell proliferation were determined in male rats following 15 min of either neurogenic stress (restraint) or psychogenic stress (exposure to a ferret). The effects of these stressors were assessed in 2 strains of rats bred for either Fast or Slow kindling epileptogenesis triggered in response to amygdala stimulation.|
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