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 Vol 4: Brief Exercise Increases Peripheral Blood NK Cell Counts without Immediate Functional Changes, but Impairs their Responses to ex vivo Stimulation.


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This article is from Frontiers in Immunology, volume 4.AbstractPhysical as well as psychological stress increases the number of circulating peripheral blood NK cells. Whereas some studies found a positive correlation between exercise and NK cell counts and cytotoxic activity, others showed that, for example, heavy training leads to a decrease in pe

Autor: Millard, Anne-Laure; Valli, Piero V.; Stussi, Georg; Mueller, Nicolas J.; Yung, Gisella Puga; Seebach, Jorg D.

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