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During human ageing, which immune cell sub-types are most affected?
It is now well established that human ageing is accompanied by an increase in systemic, low-grade (chronic) inflammation, sometimes termed inflammaging (Franceschi, 2007). This is in part due to more ...
Aug 14 '12 at 8:11
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