Senescence in immune priming and attractiveness in a beetle.

@article{Daukte2012SenescenceII,
  title={Senescence in immune priming and attractiveness in a beetle.},
  author={Janīna Dauk{\vs}te and Inese Kivleniece and Tatajana Krama and M J Rantala and Indrikis A Krams},
  journal={Journal of evolutionary biology},
  year={2012},
  volume={25 7},
  pages={1298-304}
}
Age-related decline in immune activity is referred to as immunosenescence and has been observed for both the adaptive immune response of vertebrates and the innate immune system of invertebrates. Because maintaining a basic level of immune defence and mounting an immune response is costly, optimal investment in immune function should vary over a wide range of individual states such as the individual's age. In this study, we tested whether the immune response and immunological priming within… CONTINUE READING
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