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Does the baby's sex influence the mother's immune system? A new study investigates the link between fetal sex and the mother's immune response to illness. A team of researchers from Ohio State University Wexner Medical Center set out to examine whether or not there is a connection between the sex of the baby and the mother's immunity.
Researchers followed 80 pregnant women through their entire pregnancy. Of these future mothers, 46 were pregnant with males and 34 with females. The study examined whether the women showed different levels of immune markers known as cytokines based on the sex of their baby and analyzed the levels of cytokines in the blood and levels produced in sample immune cells that were exposed to bacteria in a laboratory.
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