Macrophages

Some articles on macrophages, macrophage:

PD-L1 - Regulation - On Macrophages
... PD-L1 is notably expressed on macrophages ... Alternatively, macrophages activated by IL-4 (alternative macrophages), slightly upregulate PD-L1, while greatly upregulating PD-L2 ... mice that STAT1 is mostly responsible for upregulation of PD-L1 on macrophages by LPS or interferon-gamma, but is not at all responsible for its constitutive expression before activation in these mice ...
Macrophage
... Macrophages (Greek big eaters, from makros "large" + phagein "eat" abbr ... Macrophages were discovered by Ilya Mechnikov, a Russian bacteriologist, in 1884 ... Human macrophages are about 21 micrometres (0.00083 in) in diameter ...
Sialoadhesin
... found on the surface of certain cells of the immune system called macrophages ... It is found in especially high amounts on macrophages of the spleen, liver, lymph node, bone marrow, colon, and lungs ... patients suffering from rheumatoid arthritis, the protein has been found in great amounts on macrophages of the affected tissues ...
Myelopoiesis
... in the bone marrow into granulocytes, macrophages (mature monocytes), mast cells (whose blood-borne progenitor is not well defined), and dendritic cells of the innate immune system ... Macrophages come from monoblast progenitors that differentriate into promonocytes, which mature into monocytes ... Monocytes eventually enter the tissues and become macrophages ...
Capnocytophaga Canimorsus - Evasion of Immune System
... to multiply in the presence of mouse J774.1 macrophages ... Macrophages recognize and kill pathogens by engulfing them ... canimorsus bacteria are not internalized by macrophages, in fact, macrophage monolayers break down in their presence, suggestive of a cytotoxin ...