human natural killer cell

human natural killer cell

a lymphocyte that is able to lyse tumor and virally infected cells as part of the body's natural defense against malignancy and invasion by pathogens.
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A human natural killer cell subset provides an innate source of IL-22 for mucosal immunity.
Human natural killer cell deficiencies and susceptibility to infection.
HEXABROMOCYCLODODECANE CAUSES ACTIVATION OF A MITOGEN ACTIVATED PROTEIN IN HUMAN NATURAL KILLER CELL.
Distinct roles of IL-12 and IL-15 in human natural killer cell activation by dendritic cells from secondary lymphoid organs.
Enhancement of human natural killer cell activity by modified arabinoxylane from rice bran (MGn3).
INHIBITION OF HUMAN NATURAL KILLER CELL LYTIC FUNCTION BY THE BROMINATED FLAME RETARDANTS, HEXABROMOCYCLODODECANE AND TETRA-BROMOBISPHENOL A.
An Anti-Inflammatory Immunogen from Yeast Culture Induces Activation and Alters Chemokine Receptor Expression on Human Natural Killer Cells and B Lymphocytes In Vitro," Nutrition Research 27(6), 327-335 (2007).
Recognition of vaccinia virus-infected cells by human natural killer cells depends on natural cytotoxicity receptors.
DECREASES IN ATP LEVELS OF HUMAN NATURAL KILLER CELLS INDUCED BY EXPOSURE TO PENTA-CHLOROPHENOL.
Tributylin-Induced Effects on Map Kinases p38 and p44/42 in Human Natural Killer Cells.
BRIEF TRIPHENYLTIN EXPOSURE CAUSES IRREVERSIBLE INHIBITION OF THE CYTOTOXIC FUNCTION OF HUMAN NATURAL KILLER CELLS.

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