Disorders of the Monocyte Macrophage System: Pathophysiological and Clinical Aspects

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The origin and function of normal monocytes and macrophages have been clearly defined by extensive investigations in human and in animal models. The central importance ofthis cell system for the biological defense mecha- nisms is well established: phagocytosis, inactivation and destruction of organic and inorganic materials, an important role in the initiation ofhumo- ral and cell mediated immunological responses, and the secretion of a varie- ty of chemical mediator and effector substances are the most important fea- tures ...

Disorders of the Monocyte Macrophage System: Pathophysiological and Clinical Aspects 1981, Springer

ISBN-13: 9783540109808

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