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The Sixteen Most-Read BrainImmune Stories during March 2018


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Walter Cannon: Homeostasis, the Fight-or-Flight Response, the Sympathoadrenal System, and the Wisdom of the Body

Walter CannonBy David Goldstein

The Discovery of Adrenaline

By Ashley Grossman and David Jessop

Thyroid Hormone Modulation of Immune Responses in Physiologic and Stressful Conditions: Implications for Thyroid Diseases

By Graciela Cremaschi and Ana Maria Genaro

The Evolving Link between Social Media Addiction and Depression in Young Adults

By Ilia Elenkov

An Evolving Concept: The Pathologic Level of Brain TNF is a Therapeutic Target for Chronic Pain Treatment

By Robert Spengler and Tracey Ignatowski

2017 in Review: New Advances in Neuroendocrine Immunology

By Gabriel Bassi and Ilia Elenkov

Cross-talk dopamine and innate immunity figure 2The Cross-talk between the Dopaminergic System and Innate Immunity: An Evolving Concept

By Monica Pinoli

Claude Bernard, the Father of Modern Physiology and Experimental Medicine

By Vincent Geenen

Hans Selye and the Birth of the Stress Concept

By Istvan Berczi

Sex Hormones and Immunoregulation

By Marijke Faas, Paul de Vos and Barbro Melgert

Innervation of the Human Thymus and Spleen – an Overview

By Valsamo Anagnostou, Ipatia Doussis-Anagnostopoulou, Dina Tiniakos and Christos Kittas

The Discovery of Interferon, the First Cytokine, by Alick Isaacs and Jean Lindenmann in 1957

By Derek BurkeMost Read Quote Image

Norepinephrine through β2-adrenoceptor activation down-regulates pro-inflammatory pathogenic Th17 cells in a rodent model of rheumatoid arthritis

By Ilia Elenkov

Sex Steroids Hormones and Autoimmune Disease Activity

By Antonio Martocchia, Silvia Raja, Manuela Stefanelli, Anna Cocca and Paolo Falaschi

Endogenous Catecholamines in Immune Cells: Discovery, Functions And Clinical Potential as Therapeutic Targets

By Marco Cosentino, Franca Marino and Natasa Kustrimovic

Afferent Vagus Nerve Stimulation Activates Brain Locus Coeruleus and Improves Experimental Joint Inflammation

By Gabriel Bassi