The physiology of RES-leukocyte interactions is a difficult topic to discuss in a single chapter, as this brief title encompasses an incredible diversity of cells which influence each other in a bidirectional manner. Our first premise in this discussion is that RES cells and leukocytes are the basic constituents of the immune system, and that this should be the chief focus of our attention.
KeywordsMigration Inhibition Factor Mononuclear Phagocyte Accessory Cell Mixed Lymphocyte Reaction Peritoneal Exudate Cell
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