NK-cells have an impaired response to acute exercise and a lower expression of the inhibitory receptors KLRG1 and CD158a in humans with latent cytomegalovirus infection

Austin B. Bigley, Thomas W. Lowder, Guillaume Spielmann, Jerrald L. Rector, Hanspeter Pircher, Jeffrey A. Woods, Richard J. Simpson

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