The impact of 6-month training preparation for an Ironman triathlon on the proportions of naïve, memory and senescent T cells in resting blood

@article{Cosgrove2011TheIO,
  title={The impact of 6-month training preparation for an Ironman triathlon on the proportions of na{\"i}ve, memory and senescent T cells in resting blood},
  author={Cormac Cosgrove and Stuart D R Galloway and Craig M Neal and Angus M Hunter and Brian K. McFarlin and Guilllaume Spielmann and Richard J. Simpson},
  journal={European Journal of Applied Physiology},
  year={2011},
  volume={112},
  pages={2989-2998}
}
Athletes appear to be at a greater risk of illness while undertaking arduous training regimens in preparation for endurance events. As infection susceptibility has been linked with increased proportions of differentiated and senescent T cells in the periphery, changes in the proportions of these cell types due to long-term high-volume exercise training could have important implications for athlete infection risk. This study examined the effects of 6-month training preparation for an Ironman… CONTINUE READING
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