Keeping NK cells in highly regulated antiviral warfare.

Abstract

Natural killer (NK) cells use multiple mechanisms to defend against viral infections, and different stimuli can activate these antiviral effects. When engaged, receptors for innate cytokines produced during infections and for ligands on target cells can both induce NK cell cytotoxicity and the production of cytokines. These stimuli use different classes of… (More)

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