SARS-CoV-2 host-shutoff impacts innate NK cell functions, but antibody-dependent NK activity is strongly activated through non-spike antibodies

C. A. Fielding, P. Sabberwal, J. C. Williamson, E. J.D. Greenwood, T. W.M. Crozier, W. Zelek, J. Seow, C. Graham, I. Huettner, J. D. Edgeworth, D. Price, B. P. Morgan, K. Ladell, M. Eberl, I. R. Humphreys, B. Merrick, K. Doores, S. J. Wilson, P. J. Lehner, E. C.Y. WangR. J. Stanton*

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