Data from: Immune priming specificity within and across generations reveals the range of pathogens affecting evolution of immunity in an insect

Julien Dhinaut, Manon Chogne & Yannick Moret
1. Many organisms can improve their immune response as a function of their immunological experience or that of their parents. This phenomenon, called immune priming, has likely evolved from repetitive challenges by the same pathogens during the host lifetime or across generation. 2. All pathogens may not expose host to the same probability of re-infection and immune priming is expected to evolve from pathogens exposing the host to the greatest probability of re-infection. Under this...
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