Apoptosis-dependent and -independent mechanisms mediate the phagocytic recognition/clearance of the HL60-A1 transfectants with prolonged survival

@article{Chou2006ApoptosisdependentA,
  title={Apoptosis-dependent and -independent mechanisms mediate the phagocytic recognition/clearance of the HL60-A1 transfectants with prolonged survival},
  author={C.-L. Chou and L.-L. Chiang and C.-T. Yu and H. Chen and K.-Y. Lee and S.-M. Lin and C.-D. Huang and W.-T. Liu and P.-C. Chou and C.-H. Wang and H. R. Lin and H. P. Kuo and C.-Y. Liu},
  journal={Inflammation Research},
  year={2006},
  volume={56},
  pages={195-203}
}
The phagocytic recognition and clearance of the recruited inflammatory cells with prolonged survival play a pivotal role in relieving tissue inflammation and maintaining tissue homeostasis. Transgenic mice expressing Bcl-2 in mature neutrophils demonstrated that Bcl-2 attenuated neutrophil apoptosis, while the homeostasis of the neutrophil population was… CONTINUE READING