Gotovina, J; Pranger, CL; Jensen, AN; Wagner, S; Kothgassner, OD; Mothes-Luksch, N; Palme, R; Larenas-Linnemann, D; Singh, J; Mösges, R; Felnhofer, A; Glenk, LM; Jensen-Jarolim, E
Elevated oxytocin and noradrenaline indicate higher stress levels in allergic rhinitis patients: Implications for the skin prick diagnosis in a pilot study.
PLoS One. 2018; 13(5):e0196879
Authors Vetmeduni Vienna:
Vetmed Research Units
Messerli Research Institute, Comparative Medicine
Institute of Physiology, Pathohysiology and Biophysics, Unit of Physiology, Pathophysiology, and Experimental Endocrinology
Cell communication in health and disease
Development of mimotope vaccines for preclinical and comparative medicine studies
The effects of acute stress on allergic symptoms are little understood. The intention of this clinical study was to study the effects of acute stress and related mediators in allergic rhinitis (AR), taking the wheal and flare reaction in skin prick testing (SPT) as a readout.