Factors affecting neutrophil transit during acute pulmonary inflammation: minireview.

Abstract

Recent studies confirm data that for over a century have suggested that the lungs are an important source of noncirculating neutrophils. Many factors control how neutrophils pass through the normal lungs, including the unique and complex structure of the pulmonary capillary bed, local hemodynamic factors, neutrophil deformability, and neutrophil-endothelial… (More)

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@article{Selby1993FactorsAN, title={Factors affecting neutrophil transit during acute pulmonary inflammation: minireview.}, author={C. Selby and W. MacNee}, journal={Experimental lung research}, year={1993}, volume={19 4}, pages={407-28} }