Effect of Chloramphenicol on Phagocytic Activity in Human Polymorphonuclear Cells
Phagocytosis of microorganisms by human leukocytes plays an important and often decisive role in host’s resistance to infection. The phagocytic process may be conveniently divided into four distinct but interrelated phases such as Chemotaxis, opsonization, ingestion, and digestion.
KeywordsHuman Leukocyte Phagocytic Activity Polymorphonuclear Cell Final Cone Phagocytic Function
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