Fightaging Blog: Lower Levels of PPAR-γ Slow Thymic Atrophy with Age, Improve Immune Function

Researchers here demonstrate that mice with lower levels of PPAR-? exhibited reduced atrophy of the thymus with age, and as a consequence also exhibit improved measures of immune function. The thymus is where T cells mature in the final stages of their creation before being released to duties in the body. Unfortunately it has evolved...

https://www.fightaging.org/archives/2017/11/lower-levels-of-ppar-%CE%B3-slow-thymic-atrophy-with-age-improve-immune-function/

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