Natural killer cells in patients with severe chronic fatigue syndrome

@inproceedings{Brenu2013NaturalKC,
  title={Natural killer cells in patients with severe chronic fatigue syndrome},
  author={Ekua Weba Brenu and Sharni Lee Hardcastle and Gunn M. Atkinson and Mieke L van Driel and Sanne Kreijkamp-Kaspers and Kevin John Ashton and D Staines and Sonya Maree Marshall-Gradisnik},
  booktitle={Autoimmunity Highlights},
  year={2013}
}
Maintenance of health and physiological homeostasis is a synergistic process involving tight regulation of proteins, transcription factors and other molecular processes. The immune system consists of innate and adaptive immune cells that are required to sustain immunity. The presence of pathogens and tumour cells activates innate immune cells, in particular Natural Killer (NK) cells. Stochastic expression of NK receptors activates either inhibitory or activating signals and results in cytokine… CONTINUE READING
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