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Inflammopharmacology

, Volume 27, Issue 1, pp 15–25 | Cite as

Stress as an immunomodulator: liver X receptors maybe the answer

  • Issam NessaibiaEmail author
  • Allan Fouache
  • Jean-Marc A. Lobaccaro
  • Abdelkrim Tahraoui
  • Amalia Trousson
  • Maâmar Souidi
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Abstract

Stress is a reflex response, both psychological and physiological, of the body to a difficult situation that requires adaptation. Stress is at the intersection of the objective event and the subjective event. The physiological mechanisms involved in chronic stress are numerous and can contribute to a wide variety of disorders, in all systems including the immune system. Stress modifies the Th1/Th2 balance via the HPA axis and a set of immune mediators. This will make the body more vulnerable to external infections in a scientific way while others claim the opposite, stress could be considered immune stimulatory. The development of synthetic LXR ligands such as T0901317 and GW3965 as well as an understanding of the direct involvement of these receptors in the regulation of proopiomelanocortin (POMC) gene expression and indirectly by producing a variety of cytokines in a stressor response, will open in the near future new therapeutic methods against the undesirable effects of stress on the behavior of the immune system.

Keywords

Stress Th1/Th2 balance Liver X receptors Infectious diseases Hypothalamus pituitary adrenal (HPA) 

Notes

Acknowledgements

A special thanks to Boudoumi Fatiha Djeradi Chaima, Nessaibia Hiba and Mohamed without them this work would never be done.

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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.CNRS UMR 6293, Laboratory GReD, INSERM U 1103Clermont Auvergne UniversityClermont-FerrandFrance
  2. 2.Laboratory of Applied Neuro-Endocrinology, Department of BiologyBadji-Mokhtar UniversityAnnabaAlgeria
  3. 3.Institut de radioprotection et de sûreté nucléaire, Direction de la radioprotection de l’hommeIRSNFontenay-aux-Roses CedexFrance

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