Day: January 28, 2022

The contribution of sleep to the neuroendocrine regulation of rhythms in human leukocyte traffic

Abstract Twenty-four-hour rhythms in immune parameters and functions are robustly observed phenomena in biomedicine. Here, we summarize the important role of sleep and associated parameters on the neuroendocrine regulation of rhythmic immune cell traffic to different compartments, with a focus on human leukocyte subsets. Blood counts of “stress leukocytes” such as neutrophils, natural killer cells, …

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New collaborative publication with the PNI out!

The contribution of sleep to the neuroendocrine regulation of rhythms in human leukocyte traffic The first cooperative paper between the Social Neuroscience Lab and Psychoneuroimmunology (Prof. Tanja Lange; Department of Rheumatology & Clinical Immunology) is out!  In our review, we summarize how 24-h rhythms in leukocyte traffic are regulated by neuroendocrine mediators and how this is supported by …

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