Cytotoxic T Lymphocyte Membrane Components: An Analysis of Structures Related to Function
Linus Pauling once stated that “life is the harmony between molecules and not the property of any one.” As immunologists concerned with the “disharmony between molecules,” we seek to unravel and understand the complexities of cellular recognition of disturbing structures, cellular activation, and finally the relief of the disharmony by the various effector mechanisms of the immune system.
KeywordsTarget Cell Velocity Sedimentation Membrane Component Lytic Cycle Cytolytic Function
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