Mhc Antigens and Nk Cells (Molecular Biology Intelligence Unit)

Solana, Rafael

Published by R G Landes Co, 1994
ISBN 10: 1570590621 / ISBN 13: 9781570590627
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Synopsis: This book focuses on the role of the Major Histocompatibility Complex (MHC) class 1 antigens in the function of NK cells. It has been suggested that NK cell cytolytic triggering is facilitated by lack of MHC expression in the target cells. This "missing self hypothesis" has been postulated based on studies establishing that MHC class 1 molecules of the target and the host can influence NK reactivity against certain normal and malignant cells.

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Title: Mhc Antigens and Nk Cells (Molecular Biology...
Publisher: R G Landes Co
Publication Date: 1994
Binding: Hardcover
Book Condition: Good

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Solana, Rafael
Published by R G Landes Co (1994)
ISBN 10: 1570590621 ISBN 13: 9781570590627
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