Research Paper Volume 13, Issue 1 pp 1294—1313

Exercise reduces metabolic burden while altering the immune system in aged mice

Effect of exercise on Immune cell profiling in SVF and spleen of young and aged mice. Bar graph and dot plots depict the frequencies of central memory (CM, CD62L+CD44+) CD4+ T cells (A); the frequencies of CM CD8+ T cells (B); the frequencies of NK (NK1.1+TCRβ-) cells (C); the frequencies of eosinophils (F4/80+Siglec-F+) (D); and the frequencies of neutrophils (F4/80-CD11c-CD11b+Ly6G+) (E) in SVF.

Figure 3. Effect of exercise on Immune cell profiling in SVF and spleen of young and aged mice. Bar graph and dot plots depict the frequencies of central memory (CM, CD62L+CD44+) CD4+ T cells (A); the frequencies of CM CD8+ T cells (B); the frequencies of NK (NK1.1+TCRβ-) cells (C); the frequencies of eosinophils (F4/80+Siglec-F+) (D); and the frequencies of neutrophils (F4/80-CD11c-CD11b+Ly6G+) (E) in SVF.