Human Natural Killer Cells in Health and Disease

Abstract

Natural killer (NK) cells, a small subset of peripheral blood lymphocytes, mediate a variety of functions that are important in human health and disease. In addition to their role in control of metastasis and infections, NK cells participate in immunoregulation, haematopoiesis, reproduction and neuroendocrine interactions. Defective or absent NK cell… (More)
DOI: 10.1007/BF03258491

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@article{Whiteside2007HumanNK, title={Human Natural Killer Cells in Health and Disease}, author={Professor Theresa L. Whiteside and Ronald B. Herberman}, journal={Clinical Immunotherapeutics}, year={2007}, volume={1}, pages={56-66} }