The study was published last week in the journal Nature. According to the statistics of Johns Hopkins University, the number of new crown infections in the world has exceeded 25 million, and the death toll has exceeded 850000, of which 60% are male. The researchers collected nasal, saliva and blood samples from uninfected controls and infected patients to track the differences in immune responses among different people. < / P > < p > in comparing male and female infected individuals, the researchers found significant differences in immune response between men and women at the early stage of infection. Female patients had more intense and sustained T cell responses than male patients. T cells are an important part of the immune system, and their functions include killing infected cells. Adverse T cell responses in male patients were associated with poor disease outcomes. Compared with healthy controls, patients had higher levels of innate immune cytokines and chemokines (signaling molecules involved in the recruitment of immune cells to inflammatory sites). However, the levels of some of these factors were higher in male patients than in female patients. In female patients, higher levels of innate immune cytokines are associated with poor disease response. The results suggest that male patients may benefit from therapies that improve T cell responses, while female patients may benefit from therapies that inhibit early innate immune responses. Nevertheless, the researchers cautioned that they could not rule out other potential factors that could alter the risk of poor prognosis in men and women. It is said that “gta5” will be launched on Google cloud game platform stadia