Data from: An immunological marker of tolerance to infection in wild rodents

Joseph A. Jackson, Amy J. Hall, Ida M. Friberg, Catriona Ralli, Anne Lowe, Malgorzata Zawadzka, Andrew K. Turner, Alexander Stewart, Richard J. Birtles, Steve Paterson, Janette E. Bradley, Mike Begon & Ann Lowe
Hosts are likely to respond to parasitic infections by a combination of resistance (expulsion of pathogens) and tolerance (active mitigation of pathology). Of these strategies, the basis of tolerance in animal hosts is relatively poorly understood, with especially little known about how tolerance is manifested in natural populations. We monitored a natural population of field voles using longitudinal and cross-sectional sampling modes and taking measurements on body condition, infection, immune gene expression, and survival. Using...
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