Cytokine modulation of adhesion molecules in the regulation of immunologic cytotoxicity of epidermal targets.

Abstract

Immunologic cytotoxicity is an important endpoint of the immune response to tumors, viral infected cells, grafted tissues, and exogenous microorganisms, and is also an important mechanism of disease, especially in autoimmunity. There are multiple mechanisms of immunologic cytotoxicity, but each has three major stages: leukocyte/target attachment, specific… (More)

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