AIDS, Drugs of Abuse, and the Neuroimmune Axis by Herman Friedman (auth.), Herman Friedman, Toby K.

By Herman Friedman (auth.), Herman Friedman, Toby K. Eisenstein, John Madden, Burt M. Sharp (eds.)

This quantity represents the court cases of the Symposium on AIDS, medicines of Abuse and the Neuroimmune Axis. This assembly was once held in San Diego, California, November 11-13, 1995. As within the past symposia during this sequence, efficient reports have been reviewed in regards to the courting among the frightened and the immune platforms concerning the courting among medications of abuse and infections, specially infections by way of the immunode­ ficiency virus that explanations AIDS. lately, quite a few investigators have started to explain the position of illicit medications and their endogenous opposite numbers at the brain-immune axis. it truly is well known that the neuroendocrine process is in detail considering the consequences and manifestations of the interactions of gear of abuse and the immune procedure. The assembly on which the chapters during this e-book are dependent introduced jointly many organic scientists from an array of assorted medical disciplines whose paintings is targeted at the results of gear of abuse at the neuroendocrine-immune axis and its relationships to immunodeficiency attributable to the AIDS virus. As long ago, the symposium used to be distinct in concentrating on the . brain-immune axis from the point of view of substances of abuse instead of from the point of view of immunity or the mind itself.

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