The Role of the Environment in Determining the Discriminatory Activity of the Human Phagocytic Cell
A basic attribute of the reticuloendothelial system of cells is the capacity for discrimination — discrimination between old and new, living and dead, indigenous and foreign material. Some examples from pathology follow. They are all well known and each touches on the question of discriminatory activity.
KeywordsBlood Group Human Macrophage Agglutination Titer Discriminatory Activity Immune Rabbit Serum
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