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a cellular element of the innate immune system, these phagocytic white blood cells are the first to respond to infection. they also play a role in inflammation of tissues. when activated, they become antigen presenting cells as well as producing [[chemokines|chemokines]] and [[cytokines|cytokines]] (Janeways ImmunoBiology, Murphy K. et al, 2008, 7th ed.)
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A cellular element of the [[Innate immune system|innate immune system]], these phagocytic [[White blood cells|white blood cells]] are the first&nbsp;to respond&nbsp;to infection. They also play a role in inflammation of tissues.&nbsp;when activated, they&nbsp;become [[Antigen presenting cells|antigen presenting cells]] as well as producing [[Chemokines|chemokines]] and [[Cytokines|cytokines]]&nbsp;<ref>Janeways ImmunoBiology, Murphy K. et al., 2008, 7th ed.</ref>.
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Revision as of 20:15, 24 November 2010

A cellular element of the innate immune system, these phagocytic white blood cells are the first to respond to infection. They also play a role in inflammation of tissues. when activated, they become antigen presenting cells as well as producing chemokines and cytokines [1].

References

  1. Janeways ImmunoBiology, Murphy K. et al., 2008, 7th ed.
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