Thermoneutral housing temperature regulates T-regulatory cell function and inhibits ovabumin-induced asthma development in miceWOS

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    Scientific reports, Volume 7, Issue 1, 2017, Pages 7123-7123.

    Abstract:

    The change in ambient temperature is one of the risk factors for the aggravation of bronchial asthma (BA). Yet, whether the ambient temperature influences the immune functions associated with allergic asthma remains unknown. In this study, we treated asthmatic mice with standard temperature (ST, 20 °C) or thermoneutral temperature (TT, 30...More
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