peripolesis

per·i·po·le·sis

(per'i-pō-lē'sis),
Penetration of migrating cells between fixed tissue cells that are normally in close contact.
[peri- + G. poleomai, to wander]
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peripolesis

(pĕr″ĭ-pō-lē′sĭs) [Gr., a going about]
In tissue culture, the collecting of lymphocytes around macrophages.
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Moreover, as the process of contact and penetration of lymphocytes to other cells in immunological conflict ("peripolesis" and "emperipolesis", respectively), as well as facts of fusion of macrophages with other cells are well known [13].