The Innate Immune Response to Non-infectious Stressors: Human and Animal Models highlights fundamental mechanisms of stress response and important findings on how the immune system is affected, and in turn affects such a response. In addition, this book covers the crucial link between stress response and energy metabolism, prompts a re-appraisal of some crucial issues, and helps to define research priorities in this fascinating, somehow elusive field of investigation.
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- Provides insights into the fundamental homeostatic processes vis-à-vis stressors to help in investigation
- Illustrates the depicted tenets and how to offset them against established models of response to physical and psychotic stressors in both animals and humans
- Covers the crucial issue of the immune response to endocrine disruptors
- Includes immunological parameters as reporter system of environmental adaptation
- Provides many illustrative examples to foster reader understanding
|Size: ||7.9 MB|
|Publisher: ||Academic Press|
|Date published: || 2016|
|ISBN: ||2370007283958 (DRM-EPUB)|
|Read Aloud: ||not allowed|