6/16/2014

Newborns' immune systems produce T cells that respond quickly to infections but are short-lived and fail to create a pool of memory T cells, leaving infants more prone to infection, according to a study in The Journal of Immunology. "Our findings fundamentally change how we look at neonatal susceptibility to infection," researcher Dr. Sing Sing Way said.

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