Murine lymphokine-activated killer (LAK) cells: phenotypic characterization of the precursor and effector cells.

Abstract

Murine and human lymphocytes incubated in recombinant interleukin 2 (RIL 2) generate a population of cytotoxic cells (lymphokine-activated killer cells [LAK]), which are able to lyse a wide array of fresh tumor cells but do not lyse fresh normal cells. Intravenous administration of these cells with the concomitant administration of RIL 2 can eliminate… (More)

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