PRINCIPLES OF INNATE AND ADAPTIVE IMMUNITY

Gives rise to erythrocyte platelets via erythroid

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Unformatted text preview: e marrow to the thymus. Commit to go on to form T (thymus derived) cells. When trafficking from the bone marrow to the thymus, they are still common lymphoid progenitor cells. The other major limb is the common myeloid progenitor. Gives rise to erythrocyte, platelets via erythroid progenitor. Myeloid granulocytes eosinophil, basophil, neutrophil, monocyte, mast precursor. Eosinophil stains red, basophil blue, neutrophil is neither. Monocyte gives rise to macrophage. Mast cell has unknown progenitor. Myeloid cells in innate and adaptive immunity: There are three functions we will discuss with these cells. One is phagocytosis: the ability to uptake particulates like bacteria. Their ability to release pharmacologically active mediators that can act on smooth muscle and blood vessels, also...
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This document was uploaded on 03/23/2014 for the course BIOL 358 at Georgetown.

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