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C) Isolated cytoplasmicgranules fromLGLand from CTL,which appear to be plausible mediatorsof the lytic effects of the cells, have generallysimilar cytolytic properties. In this reviewI will surveythe recent studies of events in effector and target cells that occur after the formation of a stable effector-target adhesionandwill considervarious possibilities for defining the nature of l The USgovernmenthas the right to retain a nonexclusive, royalty-free license in and to any copyright covering this paper.
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Annual Review of Immunology Volume 3 1985 by WILLIAM E PAUL