T Cell Activation by CD1 and Lipid Antigens

  • Compans R
  • Cooper M
  • Honjo T
  • et al.
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Abstract

Cover illustration: Natural Killer (NK) cell activation results from a dynamic equilibrium between complementary and sometime antagonist forces, such as that initiated by activating receptors recognizing stress-induced self (e.g. NKG2D ligands) and inhibitory receptors recognizing constitutively-expressed self (e.g. MHC class I molecules).

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Compans, R. W., Cooper, M. D., Honjo, T., Melchers, F., Olsnes, S., & Vogt, P. K. (2004). T Cell Activation by CD1 and Lipid Antigens (Vol. 283, p. 111). Retrieved from http://link.springer.com/10.1007/978-3-662-06099-5

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