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The intestinal cholinergic anti-inflammatory pathway.
Goverse G, et al. J Physiol 2016 - Review. PMID 26959627 Free PMC article.
Recent evidence supports the idea that the central nervous system interacts dynamically via the vagus nerve with the intestinal immune system to modulate inflammation through humoral and neural pathways, using a mechanism also referred to as the intestinal cholinergic anti-inflammatory pathway. In this review, we will focus on the current understanding of the mechanisms and neuronal circuits involved in the intestinal cholinergic anti-inflammatory pathway. ...
Recent evidence supports the idea that the central nervous system interacts dynamically via the vagus nerve with the intestinal immune syste …
Cholinergic-specific glycoconjugates.
Whittaker VP and Kelić S. Neurochem Res 1995 - Review. PMID 8786825
Cholinergic nerve terminals utilize glycoconjugates in several ways, as surface markers and as structural components of the synaptic vesicles present within them. ...It may be the cholinergic equivalent of the chromogranins....
Cholinergic nerve terminals utilize glycoconjugates in several ways, as surface markers and as structural components of the synaptic
Inhibitors of acetylcholinesterase and butyrylcholinesterase meet immunity
Pohanka M. Int J Mol Sci 2014 - Review. PMID 24893223 Free PMC article.
Further, evidence shows that acetylcholine plays a role in suppression of cytokine release through a "cholinergic anti-inflammatory pathway" which raises questions about the role of these inhibitors in the immune system. ...Major attention is given to the cholinergic anti-inflammatory pathway, a well-described link between the central nervous system and terminal effector cells in the immune system....
Further, evidence shows that acetylcholine plays a role in suppression of cytokine release through a "cholinergic anti-inflammatory p …
Familial cholinergic urticaria.
Onn A, et al. J Allergy Clin Immunol 1996. PMID 8876564
The role of cholinergic balance perturbation in neurological diseases.
Nizri E, et al. Drug News Perspect 2007 - Review. PMID 17992264
However, it appears that the cholinergic system is not restricted to neurons and synapses but may also involve immune reactions. In the present review we reassess the role of the cholinergic balance in myasthenia gravis and Alzheimer's disease which for a long time are known to be associated with cholinergic transmission perturbation. ...
However, it appears that the cholinergic system is not restricted to neurons and synapses but may also involve immune reactions. In t …
Vaccines to combat smoking
Bevins RA, et al. Expert Opin Biol Ther 2008. PMID 18352843 Free PMC article.
Neuroendocrine nicotinic receptor activation increases susceptibility to bacterial infections by suppressing antimicrobial peptide production
Radek KA, et al. Cell Host Microbe 2010. PMID 20413096 Free PMC article.
Cholinergic stimulation via nicotinic receptor (nAchR) is a major neuroendocrine signaling axis associated with the stress response whose specific effects on the immune system are unknown. ...These data identify a mechanism for the negative regulation of host-innate AMP response to infection through cholinergic activation and indicate nAChR-mediated cathelicidin dysregulation as a potential mechanism for increased susceptibility to infection following prolonged stress or nicotine use....
Cholinergic stimulation via nicotinic receptor (nAchR) is a major neuroendocrine signaling axis associated with the stress response w
Double-blind crossover study of high-dose cetirizine in cholinergic urticaria.
Zuberbier T, et al. Dermatology 1996 - Clinical Trial. PMID 8993958
BACKGROUND: Cholinergic urticaria does not respond well to treatment with conventional antihistamines and is difficult to study because of its highly variable clinical expression which depends on the presence of eliciting factors. ...
BACKGROUND: Cholinergic urticaria does not respond well to treatment with conventional antihistamines and is difficult to study becau …
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