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Obesity Expands a Distinct Population of T Cells in Adipose Tissue and Increases Vulnerability to Infection.
Misumi I, et al. Cell Rep 2019. Among authors: Magnuson T. PMID 30970254 Free PMC article.
Virus-specific T cells enter the adipose tissue to resolve infection but then remain as a memory population distinct from memory T cells in lymphoid tissues. Memory T cells in adipose tissue are abundant in lean mice, and diet-induced obesity further increases memory T cell number in adipose tissue and spleen. ...
Virus-specific T cells enter the adipose tissue to resolve infection but then remain as a memory population distinct from memory T
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