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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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In control samples without the test substance the percentage of phagocytosing PBP increased over time to just under 50% after 30 min.
Actively phagocytosing hemocytes need to maintain their pseudopodia to adhere and internalize particles (Lane & Birkbeck 1999; Labreuche et al.
Such phagocytic activity was able to trigger the generation of a variety of cytotoxic molecules, such as reactive oxygen intermediates, including superoxide anions, hydrogen peroxide, singlet oxygen, and hydroxyl radicals by attaching and phagocytosing cellular or particulate nonself materials.
They showed the tendency of reducing the "ripeness" of the female gonad, only few acini with oocytes were observed, associated to hemocytes, presumably phagocytosing them.
Macrophages are dedicated to phagocytosing debris and presenting antigens for T-cell recognition.