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NK cells developing in vitro from fetal mouse progenitors express at least one member of the Ly49 family that is acquired in a time-dependent and stochastic manner independently of CD94 and NKG2.

(2002) EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF IMMUNOLOGY. 32(3). p.868-878
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FRASER, KP, F GAYS, JH ROBINSON, K VAN BENEDEN, Georges Leclercq, RE VANCE, DH RAULET, and CG BROOKS. 2002. “NK Cells Developing in Vitro from Fetal Mouse Progenitors Express at Least One Member of the Ly49 Family That Is Acquired in a Time-dependent and Stochastic Manner Independently of CD94 and NKG2.” European Journal of Immunology 32 (3): 868–878.
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FRASER, K., GAYS, F., ROBINSON, J., VAN BENEDEN, K., Leclercq, G., VANCE, R., RAULET, D., et al. (2002). NK cells developing in vitro from fetal mouse progenitors express at least one member of the Ly49 family that is acquired in a time-dependent and stochastic manner independently of CD94 and NKG2. EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF IMMUNOLOGY, 32(3), 868–878.
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FRASER K, GAYS F, ROBINSON J, VAN BENEDEN K, Leclercq G, VANCE R, et al. NK cells developing in vitro from fetal mouse progenitors express at least one member of the Ly49 family that is acquired in a time-dependent and stochastic manner independently of CD94 and NKG2. EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF IMMUNOLOGY. 2002;32(3):868–78.
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FRASER, KP, F GAYS, JH ROBINSON, et al. “NK Cells Developing in Vitro from Fetal Mouse Progenitors Express at Least One Member of the Ly49 Family That Is Acquired in a Time-dependent and Stochastic Manner Independently of CD94 and NKG2.” EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF IMMUNOLOGY 32.3 (2002): 868–878. Print.
@article{156107,
  author       = {FRASER, KP and GAYS, F and ROBINSON, JH and VAN BENEDEN, K and Leclercq, Georges and VANCE, RE and RAULET, DH and BROOKS, CG},
  issn         = {0014-2980},
  journal      = {EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF IMMUNOLOGY},
  language     = {eng},
  number       = {3},
  pages        = {868--878},
  title        = {NK cells developing in vitro from fetal mouse progenitors express at least one member of the Ly49 family that is acquired in a time-dependent and stochastic manner independently of CD94 and NKG2.},
  volume       = {32},
  year         = {2002},
}

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