Natural Killer Cell Development and Maturation Revisited: Possible Implications of a Novel Distinct Lin−CD34+DNAM-1brightCXCR4+ Cell Progenitor

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Since the first description of natural killer (NK) cells, the view on their role in innate immunity has evolved considerably. In addition to first-line defense against transformed and pathogen-infected autologous cells, NK cells contribute to modulate adaptive immune responses and in some cases acquire specialized functions, including exhausted, adaptive… (More)
DOI: 10.3389/fimmu.2017.00268

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@inproceedings{Bozzano2017NaturalKC, title={Natural Killer Cell Development and Maturation Revisited: Possible Implications of a Novel Distinct Lin−CD34+DNAM-1brightCXCR4+ Cell Progenitor}, author={Federica Bozzano and Francesco Marras and Andrea de Maria}, booktitle={Front. Immunol.}, year={2017} }