Neuroimmune Circuits, Drugs of Abuse, and Infectious Diseases

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ISBN: 978-0-306-46466-9 (Print) 978-0-306-47611-2 (Online)

Table of contents (33 chapters)

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    Targeting the Brain’s Immune System: A Psychopharmacological Approach to Central Nervous System Infections

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    Pages 7-27

    Model Systems for Assessing Cognitive Function: Implications for HIV-1 Infection and Drugs of Abuse

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    Pages 29-34

    Direct and Indirect Mechanisms of HIV-1 Neuropathogenesis in the Human Central Nervous System

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    Pages 35-40

    Chemokine Receptors on Brain Endothelia - Keys to HIV-1 Neuroinvasion?

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    Pages 41-47

    Neurotrophic Factor Regulation of Human Immunodeficiency Virus Type 1 Replication in Human Blood-derived Macrophages Through Modulation of Coreceptor Expression

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    Pages 49-58

    Direct vs. Indirect Modulation of Complex IN VITRO Human Retroviral Infections by Morphine

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    Pages 59-67

    Genetic Factors Involved in Central Nervous System/Immune Interactions

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    Pages 69-74

    Interactions of Opioid Receptors, Chemokines, and Chemokine Receptors

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    Pages 75-79

    Crosstalk Between Chemokine and Opioid Receptors Results in Downmodulation of Cell Migration

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    Pages 81-87

    Morphine Upregulates Kappa-opioid Receptors of Human Lymphocytes

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    Pages 89-101

    Effects of Morphine on T-cell Recirculation in Rhesus Monkeys

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    Pages 103-110

    Mitogen - Induced Activation of Mouse T Cells Increases Kappa Opioid Receptor Expression

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    Pages 111-116

    Self-enhancement of Phagocytosis by Murine Resident Peritoneal Macrophages and its Relationship to Morphine Effects on the Process

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    Pages 117-126

    Role of Mu-opioid Receptor in Immune Function

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    Pages 127-135

    Opiates Promote T Cell Apoptosis Through JNK and Caspase Pathway

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    Pages 137-142

    Role of Beta-endorphin in the Modulation of Immune Responses: Perspectives in Autoimmune Diseases

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    Pages 143-152

    Modulation of Fas/Fasl in a Murine Retroviral Infection by AZT and Methionine Enkephalin

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    Pages 153-162

    Acute Effects of Heroin on the Cellularity of the Spleen and the Apoptosis of Splenic Leukocytes

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    Pages 163-167

    Alteration of Early T Cell Development by Opioid and Superantigen Stimulation

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    Pages 169-176

    Effect of Opioids on Oral Salmonella Infection and Immune Function

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