Immunoendocrine host-parasite interactions during helminth infections: from the basic knowledge to its possible therapeutic applications.

Parasiticidal effect of 16alpha-bromoepiandrosterone (EpiBr) in amoebiasis and cysticercosis.

[Sex steroids and immunity: the role of estrogens on dendritic cells]

A new MAP kinase protein involved in estradiol-stimulated reproduction of the helminth parasite Taenia crassiceps.

Altered expression of cytokines and sex steroid receptors in the reproductive tract of cysticercotic male mice.

Progesterone induces scolex evagination of the human parasite Taenia solium: evolutionary implications to the host-parasite relationship.

Gonadectomy inhibits development of experimental amoebic liver abscess in hamsters through downregulation of the inflammatory immune response.

Differential in vitro effects of insulin on Taenia crassiceps and Taenia solium cysticerci.

Neonatal exposure to estradiol induces resistance to helminth infection and changes in the expression of sex steroid hormone receptors in the brain and spleen in adult mice of both sexes.

Immunoendocrine mechanisms associated with resistance or susceptibility to parasitic diseases during pregnancy.

Neuroimmunoendocrine modulation in the host by helminth parasites: a novel form of host-parasite coevolution?

Neuroimmunomodulation during infectious diseases: mechanisms, causes and consequences for the host.

The role of cytokines in the regulation of neurotransmission.

Immune sexual dimorphism: effect of gonadal steroids on the expression of cytokines, sex steroid receptors, and lymphocyte proliferation.

Taenia crassiceps infection disrupts estrous cycle and reproductive behavior in BALB/c female mice.

The neuroimmunoendocrine network in the complex host-parasite relationship during murine cysticercosis.

Tamoxifen treatment induces protection in murine cysticercosis.

IL-6 KO mice develop experimental amoebic liver infection with eosinophilia.

Treatment with dehydroepiandrosterone in vivo and in vitro inhibits reproduction, growth and viability of Taenia crassiceps metacestodes.

The host-parasite neuroimmunoendocrine network in schistosomiasis: consequences to the host and the parasite.

Mexican immunoparasitology: what is done and has to be done.

[Pregnancy, acquired immunity and parasitic diseases: main mechanisms associated to resistance or susceptibility]

Impact of naturally acquired Taenia solium cysticercosis on the hormonal levels of free ranging boars.

Modified progesterone receptor expression in the hypothalamus of cysticercotic male mice.

The role of the secretory immune response in the infection by Entamoeba histolytica.

Effects of castration and hormone replacement on male sexual behavior and pattern of expression in the brain of sex-steroid receptors in BALB/c AnN mice.

Gonadectomy and progesterone treatment induce protection in murine cysticercosis.

Protection from murine cysticercosis by immunization with a parasite cysteine protease.

Cysteine proteinase inhibitors in murine cysticercosis.

A 3 kDa peptide is involved in the chemoattraction in vitro of the male Schistosoma mansoni to the female.

[Immune sexual dimorphism: can sex steroids affect the Th1/Th2 cytokine profile?]

Characterization of excretory/secretory endopeptidase and metallo-aminopeptidases from Taenia crassiceps metacestodes.

The genome project of Taenia solium.

Dehydroepiandrosterone decreases while cortisol increases in vitro growth and viability of Entamoeba histolytica.

Parasite regulation by host hormones: an old mechanism of host exploitation?

Purification and characterization of a metacestode cysteine proteinase from Taenia solium involved in the breakdown of human IgG.

The role of sex steroids in the complex physiology of the host-parasite relationship: the case of the larval cestode of Taenia crassiceps.

Novel substitution polymorphisms of human immunoglobulin VH genes in Mexicans.

Regulation of the immune response to cestode infection by progesterone is due to its metabolism to estradiol.

Molecular mechanisms involved in the differential effects of sex steroids on the reproduction and infectivity of Taenia crassiceps.

Differential expression of AP-1 transcription factor genes c-fos and c-jun in the helminth parasites Taenia crassiceps and Taenia solium.

Dynamics of the cytokine messenger RNA expression pattern in the liver of baboons infected with Schistosoma mansoni.

Host gender in parasitic infections of mammals: an evaluation of the female host supremacy paradigm.

Schistosoma mansoni: the effect of adrenalectomy on the murine model.

Remote sensing of intraperitoneal parasitism by the host's brain: regional changes of c-fos gene expression in the brain of feminized cysticercotic male mice.

Expression of mRNA for interleukin-1beta, interleukin-6, tumor necrosis factor-alpha and macrophage migration inhibitory factor in HPA-axis tissues in Schistosoma mansoni-infected baboons (Papio cynocephalus).

[Immunoneuroendocrine communication network and homeostasis regulation: the use of hormones and neurohormones as immunotherapy]

Inhibition of p-450 aromatase prevents feminisation and induces protection during cysticercosis.

Do interleukin-6 and macrophage-migration inhibitory factor play a role during sex-associated susceptibility in murine cysticercosis?

Taenia crassiceps: androgen reconstitution of the host leads to protection during cysticercosis.

In vitro effects of hypothalamic-pituitary-adrenal axis (HPA) hormones on Schistosoma mansoni.

Immunoendocrine interactions during chronic cysticercosis determine male mouse feminization: role of IL-6.

Altered levels of hypothalamic-pituitary-adrenocortical axis hormones in baboons and mice during the course of infection with Schistosoma mansoni.

Tissue damage in the male murine reproductive system during experimental Taenia crassiceps cysticercosis.

Modified expression of steroid 5 alpha-reductase as well as aromatase, but not cholesterol side-chain cleavage enzyme, in the reproductive system of male mice during (Taenia crassiceps) cysticercosis.

Differential expression of the estrogen-regulated proto-oncogenes c-fos, c-jun, and bcl-2 and of the tumor-suppressor p53 gene in the male mouse chronically infected with Taenia crassiceps cysticerci.