Profiling blood lymphocyte interactions with cancer cells uncovers the innate reactivity of human gamma delta T cells to anaplastic large cell lymphoma.

Abstract

Quantifying the contacts that circulating lymphocytes have with cancer cells is useful, because their deficit favors malignancy progression. All normal lymphocytes contact, scan, and acquire membrane fragments (trogocytosis) from foreign cells for their immunosurveillance. So in this study, we used the in vitro trogocytosis of PKH67-stained cancer cell… (More)

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@article{Poupot2005ProfilingBL, title={Profiling blood lymphocyte interactions with cancer cells uncovers the innate reactivity of human gamma delta T cells to anaplastic large cell lymphoma.}, author={Mary Poupot and Fr{\'e}d{\'e}ric Pont and Jean-Jacques Fourni{\'e}}, journal={Journal of immunology}, year={2005}, volume={174 3}, pages={1717-22} }