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Immunosensoryczne funkcje nerwu błędnego

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Immunosensory functions of the vagus nerve
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Współczesne badania nad komunikacją neuroimmunologiczną pozwalają coraz lepiej zrozumieć odpowiedź odpornościową organizmu oraz zachowania człowieka i zwierząt w chorobie. Jedną z najważniejszych dróg tej komunikacji jest nerw błędny. Jego aferentne zakończenia zbierają informacje bezpośrednio, wykorzystując receptory dla cząsteczek sygnałowych układu odpornościowego oraz pośrednio dzięki komunikacji z innymi, wyspecjalizowanymi komórkami. Wskutek tych procesów ośrodkowy układ nerwowy otrzymuje informacje niezbędne do regulacji odpowiedzi odpornościowej, aktywności hormonalnej i zachowania. Celem niniejszego opracowania jest podsumowanie dotychczasowej wiedzy na temat procesów fizjologicznych pozwalających nerwowi błędnemu na pośredniczenie w komunikacji między pobudzonym układem odpornościowym a ośrodkowym układem nerwowym.
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Contemporary research on neuroimmune communication allowed us to expand on our understanding of the immune response as well as human and animals sickness behavior. One of the most important paths of communication is the vagus nerve. Its afferent endings gather information directly thanks to their receptors for signaling molecules of the immune system, as well as indirectly by communicating with other specialized cells. As a result, central nervous system collects information necessary for regulating the immune response, hormonal activity and behavior. The purpose of this work is to summarize our current knowledge on the physiological processes that allow the vagus nerve to mediate the communication between the immune system and the central nervous system.
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651-663
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2017
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