Human monocytes constitutively express membrane-bound, biologically active, and interferon-gamma-upregulated interleukin-15.

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Published in Blood on May 15, 1999


T Musso1, L Calosso, M Zucca, M Millesimo, D Ravarino, M Giovarelli, F Malavasi, A N Ponzi, R Paus, S Bulfone-Paus

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1: Department of Public Health and Microbiology, Postgraduate School of Clinical Pathology, University of Turin, Turin, Italy.

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