Neutrophil-derived chemokines on the road to immunity.


During recent years, it has become clear that polymorphonuclear neutrophils are remarkably versatile cells, whose functions go far beyond phagocytosis and killing. In fact, besides being involved in primary defense against infections-mainly through phagocytosis, generation of toxic molecules, release of toxic enzymes and formation of extracellular traps… (More)
DOI: 10.1016/j.smim.2016.04.003


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