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The stimulus formylmethionyl-leucyl-phenylalanine (FMLP) interacts with neutrophils and generates signal(s) in the cells that induces mobilization of the secretory vesicles as well as activation of(More)
When neutrophils and macrophages phagocytose a prey, e.g., complement (C3b)-opsonized yeast particles, the oxygen radical generating NADPH-oxidase is activated. In neutrophils, most of the production(More)
The metallic group XVIa elements selenium and tellurium possess remarkably similar chemical properties. However, unlike selenium, tellurium is not an essential micronutrient and, indeed, induces both(More)