Further reading

Biron C (1997) Activation and function of natural killer cells responses during viral infections. Current Opinion in Immunology 9: 24-34.

Karre K (1995) Express yourself or die: peptides, MHC molecules and NK cells. Science 267: 978-979.

Moretta A, Biassoni R, Bottino C et al (1997) Major histocompatibility complex class 1-specific receptors on human natural killer and T lymphocytes. Immunological Reviews 155: 105-117.

Palmieri G, Serra A, DeMaria R et al (1995) Cross-linking of a4p, and ouP, fibronectin receptors enhances natural killer cell cytotoxic activity. Journal of Immunology 155: 5314-5324.

Phillips JH, Gumpez JE, Parham P et al (1995) Superanti-gen-dependent cell-mediated cytotoxicity inhibited by MHC class 1 receptors on T lymphocytes. Science 268: 403-405.

Rabinowich H, Lin W, Manciulea M et al (1995) Induction of protein tyrosine phosphorylation in human natural killer cells by triggering via ct4P, or u5fi intc-grins. Blood 85: 1858-1864.

Ryan JC and Seaman WF. (1997) Divergent functions of lectin-like receptors on NK cells. Immunological Reviews 155: 79-89.

Trinchieri G (1989) Biology of natural killer cells. Advances in Immunology 47: 187-376.

Vujanovic NL, Polimeno L, Francavilla A et al ยก1995) Changes in liver-resident natural killer cells during liver regeneration in rats. Journal of Immunology 154: 6324-6338.

Vujanovic NL, Nagashima S, Herberman RB et al (1996) Nonsecretory apoptotic killing by human NK cells. Journal of Immunology 157: 1117-1126. Whiteside TL and Herberman RB (1995) The role of natural killer cells in immune surveillance of cancer. Current Opinion in Immunology 7: 704-710.

Whiteside TL and Herberman RB (1994) Role of human natural killer cells in health and disease. Clinics in Diagnostic Laboratory Immunology 1: 125-133.

Whiteside TL (ed) (1996) Methods: A Companion to Methods in Enzymology, vol 9. New York: Academic Press.

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