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The neutrophil lymphocyte ratio is associated with breast cancer prognosis: an updated systematic review and meta ...

Dove Medical Press - Sep 9, 2016
Abstract: Breast cancer (BC) is the most common female malignancy within the spectrum of human cancer. One promising way to reduce the mortality and morbidity of BC is to explore novel diagnostic markers for early diagnosis and prognostication.

Perioperative change in neutrophil-lymphocyte ratio predicts the overall survival of patients with bladder cancer ...

UroToday - Sep 7, 2016
Preoperative and postoperative neutrophil-lymphocyte ratios were significantly correlated with overall survival (both P = 0.0001). Changes in perioperative neutrophil-lymphocyte ratio stratified the patients into two groups, designated favorable- and ...

One more reason to swear off tobacco: The inflammatory trap induced by nicotine

Science Daily - Sep 1, 2016
They report that nicotine strongly activates immune cells to release DNA fibers decorated with pro-inflammatory molecules, so called neutrophil extracellular traps (NETs). The continuous exposure to these NETs can harm the tissue and could explain the ...

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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

4. What is a neutrophil and Why are neutrophils important.

Immunology (Neutrophils) Lecture 3 Part 1

A review of Immunology.

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