The immunogenetics of sexual parasitism

Science56.90
Volume: 369, Issue: 6511, Pages: 1608 - 1615
Published: Sep 25, 2020
Abstract
Reconfiguring an immune response The deep sea is a vast and generally empty environment. Finding a mate can thus be difficult. In response to this situation, one group of deep-sea denizens, the anglerfishes, have evolved a system in which males attach to females, in some cases permanently, through fusion of tissues and connection of circulatory systems. Such attachment greatly challenges the immune systems of the fish. Swann et al. found that...
Paper Details
Title
The immunogenetics of sexual parasitism
Published Date
Sep 25, 2020
Journal
Volume
369
Issue
6511
Pages
1608 - 1615
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