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Associated macrophage

Associated macrophage

a mature macrophage in an active metabolic state that is cytotoxic to tumour/target cells, usually following exposure to certain cytokines.


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Topic: Nuclei fills the whole cell
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Topic: Does Langerhan cell in epidermis change to macrophage?
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Can you recommend a vector?

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Wed Jun 15, 2011 3:17 pm
 
Forum: Molecular Biology
Topic: Can you recommend a vector?
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