Erick García-García

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Phagocytosis is the process whereby cells engulf large particles, usually over 0.5 micro m in diameter. Phagocytosis is triggered by the interaction of opsonins that cover the particle to be internalized with specific receptors on the surface of the phagocyte. The best-studied phagocytic receptors include the Fc receptors (FcR) that bind to the Fc portion(More)
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