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Natural Killer Cells
Michael T. Lotze

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Natural Killer Cells
Basic Science and Clinical Application

Published 2009 by Elsevier in Burlington .
Written in English.

About the Book

The Natural Killer [NK] Cell plays a critical role in regulating the innate and adaptive immune response to pathogens, injury and stress. Although originally portrayed as primarily a lytic cell, the NK cell has emerged as a cell capable of helper function, expansion, contraction, and accelerated memory responses - features similar to other adaptive immune cells. It is a professional accelerator of immunity, mediating dendritic cell maturation and its precursors critical for the origin and development of secondary lymph node structures. NK cells also play an essential role in mammalian placenta.

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Electronic reproduction. Available via World Wide Web.

Mode of access: World Wide Web.

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Dewey Decimal Class
616.0799

The Physical Object

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ID Numbers

Open Library
OL25564766M
Internet Archive
naturalkillercel00lotz
ISBN 10
0080919294
ISBN 13
9780080919294
OCLC/WorldCat
635293233

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