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ABSTRACT WATCH: Increased IgG 3:4 ratios in adolescent antisocial females

Increased IgG 3:4 ratios in adolescent antisocial females: Evidence of Th1/Th2 imbalance ? Brain, Behavior, and Immunity Volume 16, Issue 6, December 2002, Pages 747-756 Kathleen Pajer, Bruce Rabin and William Gardner Abstract Female antisocial behavior in adolescence and late childhood has been associated with low basal cortisol levels. Because low cortisol has also been correlated with T helper cell

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