Tumor-Infiltrating NK Cells

by Peter Delves, PhD

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    The lecture Tumor-Infiltrating NK Cells by Peter Delves, PhD is from the course Tumor Immunology. It contains the following chapters:

    • Tumor-Infiltrating NK Cells
    • Why Do Tumors not Succumb to the Immune Response?

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    1. MHC class I
    2. MHC class II
    3. CD4
    4. CD8
    5. KARs
    1. Inhibitory receptors ensure that NK cells do not attack self, Activating receptors ensure that NK cells can attack damaged/abnormal cells that express MHC.
    2. Inhibitory and Activating receptors allow for regulation by the immune system.
    3. Inhibitory receptors ensure that any cell expressing MHC cannot be attacked by NK cells.
    4. Activating receptors ensure that the immune response can be up-regulated in the presence of a cell that does not express MHC.
    5. Activating receptors respond directly to T cell signals.
    1. IDO
    2. Bcl-2
    3. DAMPs
    4. B7
    5. KARs

    Author of lecture Tumor-Infiltrating NK Cells

     Peter Delves, PhD

    Peter Delves, PhD

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