First published in 1986: This book contributes to the advancing knowledge of reads in the field of NK cells, and will be helpful as a teaching device.
Table of Contents
1. Assays for NK Cell Cytotoxciity; Their Values and Pitfalls
Hugh F. Pross, Denis Callewaert, and Peter Rubin
2. Separation and Characterization of Phenotypically Distinct Subsets of NK Cells
Paola Allavena and John R. Otaldo
3. Ultrastructure and Cytochemistry of the Human Large Granular Lymphocytes
Manlio Ferrarini and Carlo E. Grossi
4. Phylogeny and Ontogeny of NK Cells
Cherylyn A. Savary and Eva Lotzova
5. Tissue and Organ Distribution of NK Cells
Craig W. Reynolds and Jerold M. Ward
6. Genetic Control of NK Cell Activity in Rodents
Edward A. Clark
7. Phenotype, Functional Heterogenecity, and Lineage of Natural Killer Cells
Sylvia B. Pollack
8. Target Cell Structures, Recognition Sites, and the Mechanism of NK Cytotoxicity
Tatsuo Kiyohara et al.
9. Natural Killer Cytotoxic Factors (NKCF) Role in Cell-Mediated
Benjamin Bonavida and Susan C. Wright
10. Characteristics of Cultured NK Cells
Robert C. Burton
11. Lectin-Dependent Killer Cells
12. MLC-Induced Cytoxicity as a Model for the Development and Regulation of NK Cytotoxicity
Paul J. D’Amore and Sidney H. Golub
13. LGL Lymphoproliferative Diseases in Man and Experimental Animals: The Characteristics of These Cells and Their Potential Experimental Uses
Craig W. Reynolds and Jerrold M. Ward
Dr. Eva Lotzova is Professor of Immunology, Chief of the Division of Immunologenetics at the University of Texas System Cancer, M.D. Anderson Hospital and Tumor Institute, Houston.
Dr. Ronald B. Herberman, formerly Chief of Biological Therapeutics Branch and Acting Associate Director for the Biological Response Modifiers Program, Division of Cancer Treatment, National Cancer Institute, Frederick, Maryland.