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The Inflammatory Response Derives from Innate Immune Mechanisms
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Mac Neu A Mac eating apoptotic neutrophils
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Are DNA traps used by other immune cells to fight bacteria? Yes - NETs and MCETs Blue = live cell marker; Green = dead cell marker; Red = DNA marker Fuchs et al. (2007) Novel cell death program leads to neutrophil extracellular traps. J. Cell Biol. 176: 231-241
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Mac Cytokine Effector Functions
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Lectin
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Unformatted text preview: MB Lectin Alternative Microbial Surfaces Classical Ab / CRP C3 B D C1 C4 C2 C3 (then C5) Convertase C4a, C3a, C5a-Anaphylatoxins-Inflammation-Extravasation-Chemotaxis C3b-Opsonization-Phagocytosis-Solubilization- Immune complex clearing C5b + C6-C9-MAC-Pathogen and cell lysis COMPLEMENT PATHWAYS MASP Assembly of Membrane Attack Complex SEM of Membrane Lesions Complement effector functions...
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