NKG2C+ memory-like NK cells contribute to the control of HIV viremia during primary infection: Optiprim-ANRS 147

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Gondois-Rey, Françoise; Chéret, Antoine; Granjeaud, Samuel; Mallet, Françoise; Bidaut, Ghislain; Lécuroux, Camille; Ploquin, Mickaël; Müller-Trutwin, Michaela; Rouzioux, Christine; Avettand-Fenoël, Véronique; Moretta, Alessandro; Pialoux, Gilles; Goujard, Cécile; Meyer, Laurence; Olive, Daniel;
  • Publisher: Nature Publishing Group
  • Journal: Clinical & Translational Immunology,volume 6,issue 7,pagee150 (eissn: 2050-0068)
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  • Related identifiers: pmc: PMC5539415, doi: 10.1038/cti.2017.22
  • Subject: Original Article | [ SDV.IMM.II ] Life Sciences [q-bio]/Immunology/Innate immunity | [SDV.IMM.II]Life Sciences [q-bio]/Immunology/Innate immunity | [ SDV.MHEP.MI ] Life Sciences [q-bio]/Human health and pathology/Infectious diseases | [SDV.MHEP.MI]Life Sciences [q-bio]/Human health and pathology/Infectious diseases

International audience; Natural-killer (NK) cells are important immune effectors during a viral infection. Latent CMV infection is widely spread and was demonstrated to shape the NK cell repertoire through the NKG2C receptor. An expansion of NKG2C + NK cells has been re... View more
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