The macrophage adherence phenomenon: its relationship to prostaglandin E2 and superoxide anion production and changes in transmembrane potential.

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Mononuclear phagocytes are undoubtedly the sine qua non of chronic inflammatory reactions. This is demonstrated by their unique ability to function as phagocytic, secretory, or effector cells during the course of an immune event. Although macrophages can perform a variety of immune tasks, their ability to function appropriately is dependent upon the mode of… (More)

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@article{Kunkel1983TheMA, title={The macrophage adherence phenomenon: its relationship to prostaglandin E2 and superoxide anion production and changes in transmembrane potential.}, author={Steven L. Kunkel and Ricardo E. Duque}, journal={Prostaglandins}, year={1983}, volume={26 6}, pages={893-904} }