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Langfristiger Streß und Herpes-simplex-Antikörper bei gesunden Probanden

  • B. Fittschen
  • K.-H. Schulz
  • H. Schulz
  • A. Raedler
  • M. v. Kerekjarto

Zusammenfassung

Die vorliegende Arbeit referiert erste Ergebnisse einer quasi experimentellen Studie zu den immunologischen Auswirkungen psychischer Belastung Gesunder durch eine bevorstehende größere Prüfung. Die Studie wurde 1987 durchgeführt und befindet sich noch in der Auswertung.

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  • B. Fittschen
  • K.-H. Schulz
  • H. Schulz
  • A. Raedler
  • M. v. Kerekjarto

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