Leukocytes, inflammation, and angiogenesis in cancer: fatal attractions.

Abstract

Leukocytes are cells of defense. Their main function is to protect our body against invading microorganisms. Some leukocytes, in particular, polymorphonuclear and monocytes, accumulate at sites of infection and neutralize pathogens through innate mechanisms. The blood and lymphatic vascular system are essential partners in this defensive reaction: Activated… (More)

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@article{Regg2006LeukocytesIA, title={Leukocytes, inflammation, and angiogenesis in cancer: fatal attractions.}, author={Curzio R{\"u}egg}, journal={Journal of leukocyte biology}, year={2006}, volume={80 4}, pages={682-4} }