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Human Immune Variation: Genetic, Gender & Time

Human Immune Variation: Genetic, Gender & Time diagram by Wetzel et al, Wikimedia
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Establishing the normal range of phenotypic variation within and between individuals requires consideration of contributions from genetics and the environment. Find the latest research on variations in the human immune system here.

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May 14, 2020

Orexin B affects the transcriptome of incubated in vitro porcine endometrial explants from the early-implantation period

Reproduction in Domestic Animals = Zuchthygiene
Kamil DobrzynNina Smolinska
May 15, 2020
Open Access

A Long-Term Trend Study of Tuberculosis Incidence in China, India and United States 1992-2017: A Joinpoint and Age-Period-Cohort Analysis

International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health
Yiran CuiChuanhua Yu
May 13, 2020
Review

Physical Exercise as an Immunomodulator of Chronic Diseases in Aging

Journal of Physical Activity & Health
Emmanuel Gomes CiolacRodolfo Paula Vieira
May 12, 2020
Review

Inflammation in Hypertension

The Canadian Journal of Cardiology
Liang Xiao, David G Harrison
May 15, 2020

Antigen-stimulated PBMC transcriptional protective signatures for malaria immunization

Science Translational Medicine
Gemma MoncunillCarlota Dobaño
May 12, 2020
ReviewOpen Access

Vaccines to Prevent Infectious Diseases in the Older Population: Immunological Challenges and Future Perspectives

Frontiers in Immunology
Angelika Wagner, Birgit Weinberger
May 16, 2020
Open Access

Effect of Caloric Restriction on the in vivo Functional Properties of Aging Microglia

Frontiers in Immunology
Maria Olmedillas Del MoralOlga Garaschuk

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