Asian News International
The study showed that a protein called MCL-1 was vital for survival of natural killer cells.
Huntington said that the natural killer cells led the response that caused rejection of donor stem cells in bone marrow transplantations and they also produced inflammatory signals that could result in toxic shock syndrome, a potentially fatal illness caused by bacterial toxins that causes a whole-body inflammatory reaction.
The study is published in the journal
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