Data from: Social effects on age-related and sex-specific immune cell profiles in a wild mammal

Sil Van Lieshout, Elisa Perez Badás, Michael Mason, Chris Newman, Christina Buesching, David Macdonald & Hannah Dugdale
Evidence for age-related changes in innate and adaptive immune responses is increasing in wild populations. Such changes have been linked to fitness, and knowledge of the factors driving immune response variation is important for understanding the evolution of immunity. Age-related changes in immune profiles may be due to factors such as immune system development, sex-specific behaviour and responses to environmental conditions. Social environments may also contribute to variation in immunological responses, for example, through transmission...
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