Chemotactic deactivation of human neutrophils: possible relationship to stimulation of oxidative metabolism.

@article{Nelson1979ChemotacticDO,
  title={Chemotactic deactivation of human neutrophils: possible relationship to stimulation of oxidative metabolism.},
  author={R. David Nelson and Robert T. McCormack and V D Fiegel and Michael J Herron and Richard L. Simmons and Paul G. Quie},
  journal={Infection and immunity},
  year={1979},
  volume={23 2},
  pages={282-6}
}
Neutrophils preexposed to high concentrations of activated complement or synthetic N-formyl methionyl peptides are inhibited in their subsequent spontaneous and chemotactic migratory responses. We have considered the possibility that a part of this nonspecific loss of migratory function may be attributable to the interaction of the leukocytes with reactive… CONTINUE READING