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“…However, results on primary cells are not always consistent. Sometimes high concentrations of PRL and certain in vitro effects of PRL are dependent on the hormonal status of the animal from which the cells are obtained (Berczi, 1992). These observations, in combination with the above-mentioned in vivo data, have led to the hypothesis that PRL plays a stimulatory role in the immune system.…”
Section: Prior To 1987mentioning
confidence: 62%
“…Several in vitro effects of PRL on rodent or human leukocytes have been reported. For instance, PRL primes the oxidative burst in granulocytes and stimulates lymphocyte proliferation, NK cell activity and IL-2 receptor expression (Berczi, 1992;Kelley et al, 1992). However, results on primary cells are not always consistent.…”
Section: Prior To 1987mentioning
confidence: 79%
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“…Evidence has accumulated to suggest that prolactin (PRL) is an important regulator o f T-cell-mediated and hu moral immunity and may play a role in the pathogenesis and disease expression of systemic lupus erythematosus (SLE) [1][2][3] and perhaps other autoimmune diseases. Elevated se rum PRL levels have been described in male patients with SLE [4] in a group of pregnant patients with SLE, and in those with postpartum exacerbation [5].…”
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