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phagocytose

 [fag″o-si´tōs]
to envelop and destroy bacteria and other foreign material; phagocytize.

phag·o·cy·tose

(fag'ō-si'tōz),
To perform phagocytosis, denoting the action of phagocytic cells.
Synonym(s): phagocytize

phagocytose

(făg′ə-sĭ-tōs′, -tōz′, -sī′tōs, -tōz)
tr.v. phagocy·tosed, phagocy·tosing, phagocy·toses
To phagocytize.

phag·o·cy·tose

(fag'ō-sī'tōs)
To perform phagocytosis, denoting the action of phagocytic cells.
Synonym(s): phagocytize.

phagocytose

to envelop and destroy bacteria and other foreign material; phagocytize.
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The assay allows reading out for the percentage of phagocytosing PBP and the percentage of PBP with burst reaction after phagocytosis.
The breakdown of thyroid hormones by phagocytosing leukocytes in an iodine-defincient patient could explain the high incidence of hypothyroxinemia in patients with chronic infections, such as chronic active hepatitis.
Besides, NO produced by phagocytosing macrophages is important for PS externalization of dying cells [51].
The diagnostic hallmark of MAS is the presence of well-differentiated, activated macrophages actively phagocytosing hematopoietic cells within the bone marrow.
The percentage of hemocyte phagocytosing beads in the unchallenged groups was significantly higher than in hemocytes subjected to V.
Like the hemocytes of other molluscs, these cells participate in immune responses by phagocytosing or encapsulating bacteria and other foreign particles (Cowden and Curtis, 1981; Ford, 1992; Beuerlein and Schipp, 1998; Malham and Runham, 1998; Nyholm and McFall-Ngai, 1998).
The NBT test (14) measures the percentage of actively phagocytosing (positively stained) neutrophils in blood smears.
The diagnostic hallmark of MAS is the presence of well-differentiated, activated macrophages phagocytosing hematopoietic cells within the bone marrow.
generation by phagocytosing hemocytes was statistically significant; however, the NO synthase inhibitors (L-NMMA and L-NAME) did not significantly reduce [O.