Invariant natural killer T cell-natural killer cell interactions dictate transplantation outcome after a-galactosylceramide administration

Rachel Kuns, Edward Morris, Kelli MacDonald, Kate Markey, Helen Morris, Neil Raffelt, Tatjana Banovic, Alistair Don, Vanessa Rowe, Angela Burman, Andrew Clouston, Camile Farah, Gurdyal Besra, Petr Illarionov, Mark Smyth, Steven Porcelli, Geoffrey Hill

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    Original languageEnglish
    Pages (from-to)5999-6010
    Number of pages12
    JournalBlood
    Volume113
    Issue number23
    Publication statusPublished - 2009

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    Kuns, R., Morris, E., MacDonald, K., Markey, K., Morris, H., Raffelt, N., Banovic, T., Don, A., Rowe, V., Burman, A., Clouston, A., Farah, C., Besra, G., Illarionov, P., Smyth, M., Porcelli, S., & Hill, G. (2009). Invariant natural killer T cell-natural killer cell interactions dictate transplantation outcome after a-galactosylceramide administration. Blood, 113(23), 5999-6010.