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Natural killer cell

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Natural killer cell: NK cell. A type of white blood cell that contains granules with enzymes that can kill tumor cells or microbial cells. Also called a large granular lymphocyte.
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Natural killer cell: type of cytotoxic leukocytes which attack and kill virus-infected or neoplastic cells independent of antibody coating or MHC restriction; may be derived from lymphocytes or monocytes.
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