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The conneXion between sex and immune responses

Immune responses to pathogens and self-antigens show sex-based differences. Anguera and colleagues explore the role of hormones and genetics in shaping immune responses.

  • Katherine S. Forsyth
  • Nikhil Jiwrajka
  • Montserrat C. Anguera
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