Data from: Highway to the danger zone: exposure-dependent costs of immunity in a vertebrate ectotherm

Amber J. Brace, Sam Sheikali & Lynn B. Martin
Parasite exposure often causes innate immune activation, resulting in tradeoffs among physiological processes and strong selection on the parasite. Costs of immune activation vary widely among and within host populations though, likely dependent on the evolutionary history of host-parasite interactions and the environments in which they occur. For hosts, degree of exposure may drive the magnitude of costs incurred, and subsequently whether hosts resist or tolerate infections. If costs increase concomitantly with exposure, a threshold...
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