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Adaptive responses of innate lymphocytes

Nature Immunologyvolume 19pages426427 (2018) | Download Citation

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The activating natural killer cell receptor NKG2C can specifically recognize peptides derived from the cytomegalovirus protein UL40 in the context of HLA-E. This drives the expansion of a population of adaptive NKG2C+ natural killer cells.

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    • Carsten Watzl

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