Human NK cells differ more in their KIR2DL1-dependent thresholds for HLA-Cw6-mediated inhibition than in their maximal killing capacity

Catarina R. Almeida, Amit Ashkenazi, Gitit Shahaf, Deborah Kaplan, Daniel M. Davis, Ramit Mehr

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Immunology and Microbiology