Age-related effects in T cell activation and proliferation.


Age-associated thymic involution manifests its effects in a variety of ways that are related to a loss of T cell function. These include the appearance of a non-functional subset of T cells that increase in representation with age. Moreover there is a loss of T cell proliferative ability, a decline in the synthesis and release of interleukin-2 (IL-2), a… (More)


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@article{Song1993AgerelatedEI, title={Age-related effects in T cell activation and proliferation.}, author={Li Jun Song and Y Kim and Ravi K. Chopra and Joseph Proust and James E. Nagel and Albert A Nordin and William H Adler}, journal={Experimental gerontology}, year={1993}, volume={28 4-5}, pages={313-21} }