Published in Cancer Weekly, June 27th, 2000
Like military personnel, cells that kill harmful bacteria and parasites must recognize invaders so they don't destroy their colleagues with friendly fire. Until now, scientists thought that only immune cells called natural killer cells were equipped for the job. These cells scan other cells for a security badge called MHC class I. If this...
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