Sequential Analysis of T Cell-Mediated Cytolysis: A Brief Reminder of Some Possibly Informative Markers at the Recognition and Lethal Hit Stages
The mechanism of T cell-mediated cytolysis can be considered as a “metabolic” pathway leading to a specialized functional effect, much like the pathways in microorganisms leading to the processing of a given metabolite. The comparison is useful mostly in the sense that it suggests a multi-step process. The latter may be studied genetically.
KeywordsEffector Cell Conjugate Formation Recognition Stage Glucose Requirement Target Cell Recognition
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