To stick or not to stick: the new leukocyte homing paradigm.

Abstract

The immune system is formed by leukocytes. They are passively transported through the body by the vascular system, but their entrance into tissues requires a coordinated series of events, namely activation of leukocyte integrins, adhesion to the vascular endothelium, and migration. There are four steps in this process, which begin with the rolling of… (More)

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