Differential chemotactic receptor requirements for NK cell subset trafficking into bone marrow

@inproceedings{Bernardini2013DifferentialCR,
  title={Differential chemotactic receptor requirements for NK cell subset trafficking into bone marrow},
  author={Giovanni Bernardini and Giuseppe Scium{\`e} and Angela Santoni},
  booktitle={Front. Immun.},
  year={2013}
}
Responsiveness of maturing natural killer (NK) cells to chemotactic molecules directly affect their retention and relocation in selected bone marrow (BM) microenvironment during development, as well as their localization at sites of immune response during inflammatory diseases. BM is the main site of NK cell generation, providing microenvironmental signals required to sustain cell proliferation and differentiation. Drastic changes of expression and function of several chemoattractant receptors… CONTINUE READING

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