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by M. Zembala,G. L. Asherson

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  • ISBN 0127794409
  • ISBN13 978-0127794402
  • Language English
  • Author M. Zembala,G. L. Asherson
  • Publisher Academic Press; 1st edition (February 11, 1989)
  • Pages 576
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Monocytes represent one of the major types of white blood cells in man which prevent infection by ingesting and killing invading pathogens and by releasing factors which stimulate and regulate lymphocytes. Monocytes "purify" the blood, removing immune complexes, mediating inflammatory responses, and initiating tissue repair.Human Monocytes represents an up-to-date, definitive account of this important cell. It covers the cells biochemical, immunological, and inflammatory functionsand its role in many diseases, including asthma, atherosclerosis, rheumatoid arthritis, and AIDS.

In: Zembala, . Asherson, . eds): Human monocytes. Academic Press, London, pp. 89–100. 1992) Evidence for increased lipid peroxidation in multiple sclerosis, Neurochem. Res 17 (2), 205–gle Scholar.

In: Zembala, . Van Gossum, A. and Decuyper, J. (1989) Breath alkanes as an index of lipid peroxidation.

Human Monocytes, M. Zembala, . Academic Press, Baltimore (1989), 576. Published on May 1, 1990in Journal of Infection. DOI :1. 016/0163-4453(90)91419-E.

TMV-treated monocytes showed an increased antitumour activity as judged by enhanced sis against tumour cells in vitro. Taken together, these results indicate that TMV significantly modulate biological activity of monocytes and thus mimic the effect of tumour cells on them.

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Human monocyte-derived macrophages were exposed for 24 h to 1. . of LPS per ml as an initial stimulus at the . Monocyte differentiation in vitro, p. 49-58. In M. Zembala and G. Asherson (e., Human monocytes. Academic Press, In. New York

Human monocyte-derived macrophages were exposed for 24 h to 1. of LPS per ml as an initial stimulus at the time of adherence to 24-well polystyrene plates. New York. 10. Finbloom, D. D. Hoover, and L. M. Wahl. The characteristic of binding of human recombinant interferon-y to its receptor on human monocytes and human monocyte-like cell lines. 11. Haas, J. N. Meyer, G. Riethmuller, and L. H. W. ZieglerHeitbrock.

Human blood monocytes are heterogeneous and conventionally subdivided into two subsets based on CD16 expression. Comparison of gene expression profiles between human and mouse monocyte subsets.

This system includes the promonocytes and their precursors in the bone marrow, the monocytes in the peripheral blood, and the macrophages in the tissues. Subsequent consultation with numerous other specialists throughout the world led to a certain number of changes in this classification, which is now proposed in revised form. Inclusion of cells in the "mononuclear phagocyte system" is based on similarities in the morphology, function, origin, and kinetics of the phagocytes.

Monocytes are a type of leukocyte, or white blood cell. They are the largest type of leukocyte and can differentiate into macrophages and myeloid lineage dendritic cells. As a part of the vertebrate innate immune system monocytes also influence the process of adaptive immunity. There are at least three subclasses of monocytes in human blood based on their phenotypic receptors.