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Human Natural Killer Cell

October 4, 2019

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Human Natural Killer Cell

On the Cover

Colorized scanning electron micrograph of a natural killer cell from a human donor.

Photo: NIAID

The NIH Record

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Staff Writers:

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Dana Talesnik
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