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First described by Gurney and others in 1986, neuroleukin is secreted by lymphocyte cells, stimulates antibody production by other blood cells and influences the growth of neurons in embryos.
That success, suggests Gurney, may have been due to reduce competition: "If you control the infection, you reduce the gp 120 and the neuroleukin can start acting again.
Neuroleukin was significantly upregulated and immunolocalized in the locus coeruleus during the terminal stages of T.