The effects of β1 and β1+2 adrenergic receptor blockade on the exercise-induced mobilization and ex vivo expansion of virus-specific T cells: implications for cellular therapy and the anti-viral immune effects of exercise

Hawley E. Kunz, Nadia H. Agha, Maryam Hussain, Emily C. LaVoy, Kyle A. Smith, Preteesh Mylabathula, Douglass Diak, Forrest L. Baker, Daniel P. O’Connor, Richard A. Bond, Emmanuel Katsanis, Catherine M. Bollard, Richard J. Simpson

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