stress axis

stress axis

[′stres ‚ak·səs]
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From the angle of flow curve inclination towards the shear stress axis (Fig.
naltrexone's effects on stress axis function), that demonstrate how understanding the links between stress and alcohol drinking promotes improved treatment options for patients with alcohol use disorders (AUDs).
For physiologic support of the stress axis, rhodiola 125 mg (standardized to 5% rosavins) twice daily and L-theanine 200 mg three times per day were recommended as well.
Approaching the shared biology of obesity and depression: the stress axis as the locus of gene-environment interactions.
In addition to this hypothalamic-pituitary-adrenal (HPA) neuroendocrine stress axis, a parallel extrahypothalamic CRH (eCRH) brain stress system exists.
Chronic over-secretion of stress hormones by the HPA (Hypothalamic-Pituitary-Adrenal) stress axis leads to increased cortisol levels in the brain, affecting neuronal cells.
We hypothesized that PM could act on the brain directly to stimulate the stress axis and predispose individuals to these diseases.
today announced that it has entered into an agreement with Organon, the human healthcare business unit of Akzo Nobel, under which the companies will apply Genaissance's HAP(TM) Technology for pharmacogenetic research in clinical trials, looking at modulation of the HPA stress axis for the treatment of psychiatric disorders.
Fine crazes normal to the tensile stress axis were observed on the surfaces of the L- and W-direction specimens.
The findings, published in Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry, found that low chronic doses of gamma radiation at 50 to 200 times background levels had beneficial effects on the stress axis and the immune axis of natural populations of meadow voles.
Neuroendocrine profiles assess the maternal stress axis, while ultrasound examinations and studies of fetal behavior continue throughout pregnancy.
In the present study we focused on the effects of PFOS on two axes of the neuroendocrine system: the reproductive axis and the stress axis.