Effect of Salmonella-infected human monocytes on natural killer cell cytotoxicity. In vitro studies.

Abstract

Various chemicals, including some bacteria-derived components, modulate natural killer cell (NKC) activity. We have analyzed the effect of wild-type Ty2 and of mutant strain TYT1231 Salmonella typhi-infected monocytes (U937 cells and human autologous monocytes) on NKC cytotoxicity of peripheral blood mononuclear cell (PBMC) and highly purified NKC (HPNKC… (More)

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