Regulation of natural killer progenitors. Studies with a novel immunomodulator with distinct effects at the precursor level.

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NK cells originate from progenitors in the bone marrow and maturate independently of other lymphoid organs. NK cell maturation represents an important site for regulation of the level of NK activity and constitutes a potentially interesting target for therapeutic intervention. The effect of the immunomodulator Linomide (carboxamide-3-quinoline) on the… (More)

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@article{Kalland1990RegulationON, title={Regulation of natural killer progenitors. Studies with a novel immunomodulator with distinct effects at the precursor level.}, author={Terje Kalland}, journal={Journal of immunology}, year={1990}, volume={144 11}, pages={4472-6} }