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Impaired Natural Killer Cell Phenotype and Function in Pulmonary Arterial Hypertension and Animal Models of Disease

Mark Ormiston

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Conference: Keystone Symposium: Pulmonary Vascular Disease and RV Dysfunction: Current Concepts and Future Therapies

Release Date: 10.23.2012

This presentation was presented at the 2012 Keystone Symposium: "Pulmonary Vascular Disease and Right Ventricular Dysfunction: Current Concepts and Future Therapies".

In this recording from the 2012 Keystone Symposium on "Pulmonary Vascular Disease and Right Ventricular Dysfunction: Current Concepts and Future Therapies," Dr. Mark Ormiston discusses his group's research into the possible role for natural killer cells in the pathogenesis of PAH.