A gut feeling: The stressed brain drives intestinal inflammation.

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Journal Article


Immunity, Volume 56, Issue 8, p.1709-1711 (2023)


Brain, Enteric Nervous System, Humans, Inflammation, Neuroglia, Neurons


<p>Communication between the central nervous system and the periphery contributes to stress responses and mood disorders. In a recent issue of Cell, Schneider et al. report that psychological stress exacerbates gut inflammation and dysmotility by modifying enteric glia and neurons.</p>

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