Phagocytes

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A phagocyte is a [[White blood cell|white blood cell involved]] in the [[Immune response|immune response]]. It removes harmful [[Pathogens|pathogens]] from the [[Blood|blood ]]by the process of [[Phagocytosis|phagocytosis]].  
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A phagocyte is a [[White blood cell|white blood cell involved]] in the [[Immune response|immune response]]. It removes harmful [[Pathogens|pathogens]] from the [[Blood|blood by]] the process of [[Phagocytosis|phagocytosis]].  
  
There are 3 types of phagocytes:  
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There are different types of phagocytes, including:  
  
 
*[[Granulocytes|granulocytes]]  
 
*[[Granulocytes|granulocytes]]  
 
*[[Macrophages|macrophages]]
 
*[[Macrophages|macrophages]]

Revision as of 10:59, 8 November 2010

A phagocyte is a white blood cell involved in the immune response. It removes harmful pathogens from the blood by the process of phagocytosis.

There are different types of phagocytes, including:

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