We describe a cohort of 50 elderly subjects, age at least 70 years. We present gender-specific findings in T lymphocyte markers and soluble immune mediators. We show the correlation between cytomegalovirus infection status with CD56dim NK cell responses to a variety of stimuli and with CD56bright/CD56dim NK cell ratio. We also present the correlation of retinol binding protein (RBP)−4 plasma levels with NK cell responses and we explore the relationship between gender and adiponectin, 25(OH)D (vitamin D), and RBP4 in affecting CD56dim NK cell responses. These data are discussed in Al-Attar et al. (2016)
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This work was supported by NIH grant, AG040542, and by University of Kentucky Center for Clinical and Translational Science Analytics Lab and CTSA funding UL1TR000117.
Supplementary data associated with this article can be found in the online version at http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.dib.2016.06.006.
Al-Attar, Ahmad; Presnell, Steven R.; Peterson, Charlotte A.; Thomas, D. Travis; and Lutz, Charles T., "Data Correlations Between Gender, Cytomegalovirus Infection and T Cells, NK Cells, and Soluble Immune Mediators in Elderly Humans" (2016). Pathology and Laboratory Medicine Faculty Publications. 15.