Neutrophils: Between Host Defence, Immune Modulation, and Tissue Injury

@inproceedings{Kruger2015NeutrophilsBH,
  title={Neutrophils: Between Host Defence, Immune Modulation, and Tissue Injury},
  author={Philipp Kruger and Mona Saffarzadeh and Alexander N. R. Weber and Nikolaus Peter Rieber and Markus Philipp Radsak and Horst von Bernuth and Charaf Benarafa and Dirk Roos and Julia Skokowa and Dominik Hartl},
  booktitle={PLoS pathogens},
  year={2015}
}
Neutrophils, the most abundant human immune cells, are rapidly recruited to sites of infection, where they fulfill their life-saving antimicrobial functions. While traditionally regarded as short-lived phagocytes, recent findings on long-term survival, neutrophil extracellular trap (NET) formation, heterogeneity and plasticity, suppressive functions, and tissue injury have expanded our understanding of their diverse role in infection and inflammation. This review summarises our current… CONTINUE READING

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