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Heart-resident macrophages promote neutrophil recruitment after ischemic injury


News-Medical.net - Aug 5, 2016
In this issue of JCI Insight, a team led by Daniel Kreisel of Washington University of Medicine determined that a macrophage population that resides in the heart promotes neutrophil recruitment in response to ischemic injury. Using a mouse heart ...
 

Splenic progenitors aid in maintaining high neutrophil numbers at sites of sterile chronic inflammation


Journal of Leukocyte Biology (subscription) - Aug 1, 2016
In this microcapsule device implantation model, we show chronic neutrophil presence at implant sites, with recruitment from circulation as the primary mechanism for their prevalence in the peritoneal exudate. Furthermore, we demonstrate that progenitor ...
 

Albumin concentrations plus neutrophil lymphocyte ratios for predicting overall survival after curative resection ...


Dove Medical Press - Jul 28, 2016
Background: In patients with gastric cancer (GC), survival is poor, given the late diagnosis. Risk-stratifying these patients earlier could help improve care. We determined whether combining preoperative albumin concentration and the neutrophil ...
 

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Neutrophil Extracellular Trap


The neutrophil is a powerful defender, ejecting a 'net' of DNA, histones, and anti-microbial agents to kill pathogenic invaders, but failure to remove fragments of ...
 

4. What is a neutrophil and Why are neutrophils important


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