Role of NK cells in Human Disease | Abstract
Journal of Cell Signaling

Journal of Cell Signaling
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Role of NK cells in Human Disease

Montserrat Camps

The Natural killer (NK)cells have the ability to distinguish the “self”and “non-self” cells and have intrinsic anti-tumor properties. They exhibit explicit response to the stimulation or inhibition in the lysis of specific target cells.  In the current scenario, there is a need for detailed studies and specifically-designed approaches to determine the usefulness of NK cells in tumor immunology. The knowledge of the activity of NK cells, its deficiency and association in the treatment of broad-spectrum diseases such as cancer, AIDS can be evaluated and monitored to enhance its therapeutic value.

Published Date: 2020-08-29; Received Date: 2020-07-08