SIgA and Upper Respiratory Syndrome During a College Cross Country Season

@inproceedings{Fahlman2017SIgAAU,
  title={SIgA and Upper Respiratory Syndrome During a College Cross Country Season},
  author={Mariane M. Fahlman and Hermann J. Engels and Heather Hall},
  year={2017}
}
It has been almost 40 years since Tomasi and colleagues reported their groundbreaking work on the link between exercise and upper respiratory tract infections (URTI). This rightly inspired a revival of study on exercise and infection [38]. Mackinnon and colleagues [20] furthered this impetus for more study with their finding connecting decreased secretion rates of salivary IgA (SIgA) to increased URTI [20]. This finding, in turn, has led to decades of study and thousands of publications… CONTINUE READING
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