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Immunoprofiling comes of age

Application of immunoprofiling of human peripheral blood samples from an aging cohort identifies changes in the immune system that inform our understanding of age-associated complex diseases.

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Fig. 1: Identifying a measure of immune aging.


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Raychaudhuri, S., Gupta, R.M. Immunoprofiling comes of age. Nat Med 25, 362–364 (2019).

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