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Eosinophils are a variety of white blood cells which are a component of the immune system which combats parasitic infection, as well as being one of the cells that control mechanisms involved with allergy and asthma.<ref>Rothenberg M, Hogan S (2006). "The eosinophil". Annu Rev Immunol 24 (1): 147–74</ref>  
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Eosinophils are a variety of [[White_blood_cells|white blood cells]] which are a component of the [[Immune_system|immune system]] which combats parasitic infection, as well as being one of the cells that control mechanisms involved with allergy and [[asthma|asthma]]<ref>Rothenberg M, Hogan S (2006). "The eosinophil". Annu Rev Immunol 24 (1): 147–74</ref>.
  
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Rothenberg M, Hogan S (2006). "The eosinophil". Annu Rev Immunol 24 (1): 147–74 <references />
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Latest revision as of 07:13, 15 October 2014

Eosinophils are a variety of white blood cells which are a component of the immune system which combats parasitic infection, as well as being one of the cells that control mechanisms involved with allergy and asthma[1].

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  1. Rothenberg M, Hogan S (2006). "The eosinophil". Annu Rev Immunol 24 (1): 147–74
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