White Cell Manual
F.A. Davis, Jan 1, 1998 - Medical - 143 pages
-- Designed as an introduction to leukocyte physiology, this text provides a brief, focused exploration of how white blood cells work in health and disease-- Tables summarize distinctive findings in different types of leukemia-- Detailed artwork depicts processes and interactions, with the clearest discussions on leukokinetics, lymphocyte disorders, and granulocyte function-- New information on immune function that has come to light through AIDS research
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Diverse Effects of Neutrophils
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abnormality activation acute leukemia adhesion molecules allogeneic amyloid anemia antibodies antigen bacteria basophils binding bone marrow caused cell-mediated chemotactic chromosome chronic Chronic lymphocytic leukemia circulating clinical clonal cytes cytokines cytoplasm cytotoxic daughter cells defects differentiation disease disorder endothelial cells eosinophils Figure function GM-CSF granules growth factors heavy chains immune deficiency immune response immunoglobulin increase inducing infection inflammatory initial interleukins killing leukemic cells leukocyte light chains lympho lymphocytes lymphoid tissues lymphoma Lymphopenia macrophages malignant marginal pool marrow transplantation maturation mediators membrane migration monoclonal monocytes morphologic myeloblasts myeloid cells myeloma myeloproliferative myeloproliferative diseases neoplastic neutropenia neutrophil count neutrophils NK cells normal occur pathogenic patients peripheral blood phagocytic phagocytosis phocytes plasma cells platelets pre-B cells precursors primary proliferation promyelocytes protein reactions recirculation release result selectin serum specific stem cells storage pool subset syndrome synthesized T-cell receptor therapy thymus tion types viral