Natural killer lymphocytes: "null cells" no more.

Abstract

Natural Killer (NK) lymphocytes were initially described as potent effector cells that, unlike T lymphocytes, were able to kill targets in the absence of a priori stimulation and without specific recognition mechanisms. Over the past ten years however, it has been clearly demonstrated that NK cell function is regulated by a number of surface receptors that… (More)

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