Multiple interactions at the natural killer workshop

Immunology Today
K KärreR Kiessling


The cell surface receptors and their ligands that control natural killer (NK) cell adhesion, homing, cytokine secretion and target cell recognition are beginning to yield their secrets, as 'NKologists' adopt the same 'multiple interaction strategy' as the cells themselves. This report from the recent NK workshop updates progress on these receptors and on the origin, regulation and physiology of the cells.


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