Neutrophils: Molecules, Functions and Pathophysiological Aspects

@article{WitkoSarsat2000NeutrophilsMF,
  title={Neutrophils: Molecules, Functions and Pathophysiological Aspects},
  author={V{\'e}ronique Witko-Sarsat and Philippe Rieu and Béatrice Descamps-Latscha and Philippe Lesavre and Lise Halbwachs‐Mecarelli},
  journal={Laboratory Investigation},
  year={2000},
  volume={80},
  pages={617-653}
}
I. NEUTROPHIL MOLECULES AND FUNCTIONS I.A. ADHESION AND MIGRATION I.A.1. Traffic and margination I.A.2. Adhesion to the Endothelial Wall Rolling and Tethering Neutrophil Priming During Rolling Firm Adhesion and Spreading I.A.3 Extravasation and Diapedesis Toward Inflammatory Stimuli Transendothelial Migration Migration Within Interstitial Tissues Signaling by Chemoattractants Transepithelial Migration I.B. PHAGOCYTOSIS, DEGRANULATION AND BACTERIA KILLING I.B.1. Phagocytosis I.B.2. Degranulation… Expand
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