Monocyte locomotion is influenced by neuropeptides of the stress response. In particular, ACTH1-24 and CRF behave as chemokinetic agents while ACTH1-39 and Alpha-MSH have no effect on the migration of monocytes. The present data suggest that these neuropeptides may play a physiological role in the immune responseand that in stressful situations they may modify the functional activity of the immune system.

Neuropeptides of the stress response and monocyte motility / Genedani, Susanna; M., Bernardi; Bertolini, Alfio. - In: ANNALS OF THE NEW YORK ACADEMY OF SCIENCES. - ISSN 0077-8923. - STAMPA. - 663:(1992), pp. 494-496.

Neuropeptides of the stress response and monocyte motility

GENEDANI, Susanna;BERTOLINI, Alfio
1992-01-01

Abstract

Monocyte locomotion is influenced by neuropeptides of the stress response. In particular, ACTH1-24 and CRF behave as chemokinetic agents while ACTH1-39 and Alpha-MSH have no effect on the migration of monocytes. The present data suggest that these neuropeptides may play a physiological role in the immune responseand that in stressful situations they may modify the functional activity of the immune system.
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Neuropeptides of the stress response and monocyte motility / Genedani, Susanna; M., Bernardi; Bertolini, Alfio. - In: ANNALS OF THE NEW YORK ACADEMY OF SCIENCES. - ISSN 0077-8923. - STAMPA. - 663:(1992), pp. 494-496.
Genedani, Susanna; M., Bernardi; Bertolini, Alfio
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