2011-05-18

Natural killer cell proliferations

Natural Killer (NK) cells constitute up to 15% of all white cells in the peripheral blood and a small proportion of cells in the normal bone marrow. However they cannot be readily distinguished morphologically from other lymphocytes and identification relies on flow cytometric analysis.  Typically the NK cell has the appearance of a large granular ...

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