Natural killer cells

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&nbsp;Natural killer cells (also known as NK cells) form a major part of the innate immune system. They are a type of [[Lymphocyte|lymphocyte]] (white blood cell) whose cytotoxicity leads to immune responses against [[Viruses|viruses]] and tumours.<ref>https://www.immunology.org/public-information/bitesized-immunology/cells/natural-killer-cells</ref>
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Natural killer cells (also known as NK cells) form a major part of the innate immune system. They are a type of [[Lymphocyte|lymphocyte]] (white blood cell) whose cytotoxicity leads to immune responses against [[Viruses|viruses]] and tumours<ref>https://www.immunology.org/public-information/bitesized-immunology/cells/natural-killer-cells</ref>.
  
 
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Latest revision as of 20:05, 23 October 2017

Natural killer cells (also known as NK cells) form a major part of the innate immune system. They are a type of lymphocyte (white blood cell) whose cytotoxicity leads to immune responses against viruses and tumours[1].

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  1. https://www.immunology.org/public-information/bitesized-immunology/cells/natural-killer-cells
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