Leydig cell-immune cell interaction: an example of neuroendocrine-immune communication in testis

Leydig cell-immune cell interaction: an example of neuroendocrine-immune communication in testis
Kamen P. Valchanov, Anton B. Tonchev, Olawale A.R. Sulaiman, and George N. Chaldakov ( Bulgaria )

In her paper “Tilings will never be the same again” Dr Kathleen L. Wishner (Lilly Corporate Center, Indianapolis, IN) quoted Alvin Toffler’s book Future Shock written in 1970. Toffler defined “future shock” as a time phenomenon, a prod- uct of the greatly accelerated change in society. The scientific research itself is a demonstration of this accelerated change. In particular, data systematized by Davidoff et al (1) in this vol- ume of Biomedical Reviews indicate the change in the under- standing of the nature and origin of Ley dig cells of the human testis.
Biomed Rev 1996; 6: 1-4.
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