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Mountain ultra-marathon finishers exhibit marked immune alterations similar to those of severe trauma patients

Laurent Gergelé| Fabienne Venet| Marion Ravelojaona| Jerome Morel| Léonard Féasson| Jack Hayman| Astrid Villars-Méchin| Guillaume Y. Millet| Guillaume Monneret
Letter
Volume 44, Issue 3 / March , 2018

Pages 382 - 383

No abstract available.

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