Data from: Measuring the immune system of the three-spined stickleback - examining natural variation in the laboratory and the wild

Shaun Robertson, Janette E. Bradley, Andrew D.C. MacColl & Andrew D. C. MacColl
Current understanding of the immune system comes primarily from laboratory-based studies. There has been substantial interest in examining how it functions in the wild, but studies have been limited by a lack of appropriate assays and study species. The three-spined stickleback (Gasterosteus aculeatus L.) provides an ideal system in which to advance the study of wild immunology, but requires the development of suitable immune assays. We demonstrate that meaningful variation in the immune response of...
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