Further reading

Anderson GP and Coyle AJ (1994) TH2 and TH2-like' cells in allergy and asthma: pharmacological perspectives. Trends in Pharmacological Sciences 9: 324-332.

Barber AE, Coyle SM, Marano MA et al (1993) Glucocorticoid therapy alters hormonal and cytokine responses to endotoxin in man. journal of immunology 150: 1999-2006.

Dhabhar FS, Miller AH, McEwan BS and Spencer RL (1996) Stress-induced changes in blood leukocyte distribution. Role of adrenal steroid hormones. Journal of Immunology 157: 1638-1644.

Didonato JA, Saatcioglu F and Karin M (1996) Molecular mechanisms of immunosuppression and anti-inflam-matory activities by glucocorticoids. American journal of Respiratory Critical Care Medicine 154: S11-S15.

Montague JW and Cidlowski JA (1995) Glucocorticoid-induced death of immune cells: mechanisms of action. Current Topics in Microbiology and Immunology 200: 51-65.

Munck A and Näray-Fejes-Toth A (1994) Glucocorticoids and stress: permissive and suppressive actions. Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences 746: I 15-130,

Munck A, Guyre PM and Holbrook NJ (1984) Physiological functions of glucocorticoids in stress and their relations to pharmacological actions. Endocrine Reviews 5: 25-44.

Scheinman RI, Cogswell PC, Lofquist AK et al {199.5) Role of transcriptional activation of I kappa B alpha in mediation of immunosuppression by glucocorticoids. Science 270: 283-286.

Schleimer RP (1996) How do steroids work? American Journal of Respiratory Critical Care Medicine 153: S28-30.

Schwiebert LA, Beck LA, Stellato C. Bickel CA, Bochner BS and Schleimer RP (1996) Glucocorticosteroid inhibition of cytokine production: relevance ro antiallergic actions. Journal of Allergy and Clinical Immunology 97: 143-152.

Sternberg EM and Licinio J (1995) Overview of neuroim-mune stress interactions. Implications for susceptibility to inflammatory disease. Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences 771: 364-371.

Wikkens T and Dc-Rijk R (1997) Glucocorticoids and immune function: unknown dimensions and new frontiers. Immunology Today 18: 418-424.

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