Phagocytic cells


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Phagocytic cells

A cell that ingests microorganisms and foreign particles.
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On the other hand, spleen NbT reactive phagocytic cells exhibited higher values in fish treated with 0.
Illustrated are how phosphatidylserine (PS) is localized to inner and outer leaflets of the plasma membrane and how the PS signal is transmitted to the phagocytic cell through PSR-1 and CED-1 pathways.
Probably the most striking change at this stage of WBR is the large increase in phagocytic cells (Fig.
This subset of strains was associated with increased persistence within phagocytic cells and increased likelihood of establishing CNS infection compared with [bim.
Oxidatively modified erythrocytes activated phagocytic cells in vitro, leading to the considerable production of free radicals.
Compromises of the functionality of phagocytic cells, favoring the reactivation and development of opportunistic infections throughout AIDS progression during HIV-1 infection have been described.
8) Phagocytic cells such as macrophages are among the most important components of the innate immune response, which is the first line of host defense.
For example, anti-rickettsial antibodies could facilitate the eventual destruction of the rickettsiae by phagocytic cells (Beaman and Wisseman 1976; Turco and Winkler 1982; Keysary et al.
When phagocytic cells are stimulated by extracellular signals, such as hormones, cytokines, bacteria, and other substances, [p47.
When there is an infection to the reproductive tract, one important function of the innate immune system is to recruit more phagocytic cells and effector molecules to the site of the infection through the release of a battery of cytokines and other inflammatory mediators that have profound effects on subsequent events.
niloticus when fed propolis extracts The presence of a great number of phagocytic cells found in this assay suggests that this fish supplemented with the extracts of propolis and babosa showed increased acute inflammation.
aureus quench the phagocytic system and resides in phagocytic cells and forms micro-abscess in mammary parenchyma and may release Staphylococci to initiate the infection process and further attributes to fibrosis.