Increased percentages of regulatory T cells are associated with inflammatory and neuroendocrine responses to acute psychological stress and poorer health status in older men and women

Amy Ronaldson*, Ahmad M. Gazali, Argita Zalli, Frank Kaiser, Stephen J. Thompson, Brian Henderson, Andrew Steptoe, Livia Carvalho

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