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Trophoblastic cells lack classical HLA class I and class II molecules but express HLA-G1. Although this may prevent allorecognition by maternal T cells, it renders trophoblastic cells potentially(More)
Different families of major histocompatibility complex (MHC)-specific inhibitory receptors (NKRs) play a major role in natural killer (NK) cell function, allowing discrimination between normal cells(More)
A small percentage of human T lymphocytes, predominantly CD8+ T cells, express receptors for HLA class 1 molecules of natural killer type (NK-R) that are inhibitory for T-cell antigen receptor(More)
Natural killer (NK) cells express surface receptors for defined groups of HLA class I alleles. The specific interaction between these receptors and HLA class I molecules expressed on target cells(More)