Differential regulation of NK cell proliferation by type I and type II IFN.

Abstract

IFN, produced during viral infections by accessory (type I IFN) or NK cells (type II IFN), play a primary role in the regulation of immune and anti-viral NK cell effector functions. Because IFN have anti-proliferative effects on several cell types, including hematopoietic cells, we asked whether they modulate proliferation of human NK cells, and whether IFN… (More)

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@article{Loza2004DifferentialRO, title={Differential regulation of NK cell proliferation by type I and type II IFN.}, author={Matthew J. Loza and Bice Perussia}, journal={International immunology}, year={2004}, volume={16 1}, pages={23-32} }