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Master of Arts (MA)
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During periods of energy stress, animals will prioritize and allocate energy from non-essential to essential tasks. Using a mouse model and published human data, we found that during periods of energy stress, energy is allocated away from immune function, and is prioritized for physical activity usage.
Schneider, Alaina L., "Reduced Immune Investment with Energy Stress: Evidence from a Mouse Model and Human Studies" (2017). CUNY Academic Works.