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Neuroimmune Interaktionen im enterischen Nervensystem

  • T. Frieling
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Zusammenfassung

Das enterische Nervensystem (ENS) spielt eine bedeutende Rolle in der Regulation gastrointestinaler Funktionen. Hierbei wird die Motorik überwiegend vom myenterischen Nervenplexus, Sekretion und Absorption vom submukösen Nervenplexus weitgehend unabhängig vom Zentralnervensystem (ZNS) kontrolliert. Ähnlich wie das ENS ist das enterische Immunsystem („gut associated lymphoid tissue“, GALT) als ein komplexes System aufzufassen, das auf den Gastrointestinaltrakt spezialisiert ist und sich funktionell und morphologisch vom übrigen Immunsystem unterscheidet. Im folgenden Beitrag wird anhand lokaler Typ-1-Hypersensitivitätsreaktionen im submukösen Plexus des Dickdarms die enge Beziehung zwischen ENS und enterischem Immunsystem dargelegt.

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