Clinical aspects of neutrophil locomotion disorders.

Abstract

Cellular locomotion is a crucial function for conditioning the arrival to and the behavior of neutrophils in the inflammatory site. It can be spontaneous or stimulated by chemical agents, along chemical gradient (chemotaxis) or in absence of a gradient (chemokinesis). The availability of in vitro and in vivo assays has permitted the definition of specific… (More)

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