NK cell granule exocytosis and cytokine production inhibited by Ly-49A engagement.

Abstract

MHC class I-specific NK cell receptors inhibit natural killing, and presumably granule exocytosis, when engaged by target cell ligands but it is not yet known which specific activation receptor pathway for natural killing is inhibited or if these receptors influence other NK cell activities such as cytokine production. Moreover, an individual NK cell may… (More)

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@article{Kim1998NKCG, title={NK cell granule exocytosis and cytokine production inhibited by Ly-49A engagement.}, author={S. Kim and W. M. Yokoyama}, journal={Cellular immunology}, year={1998}, volume={183 2}, pages={106-12} }