- n. Plural form of leukocyte.
“Inflammation begins when the immune system detects a problem somewhere in the body and sends a legion of special cells, called leukocytes, to deal with it.”
“The goal of the study was to understand how immune cells called leukocytes travel to inflammation sites, and what signaling mechanisms are involved.”
“Also known as leukocytes, the white blood cells are responsible for maintaining the immune system's response to foreign substances and infection.”
“Causing the inflammatory cells, such as leukocytes, to move out of the inflamed area?”
“White blood cells are "leukocytes," or ""lymphocytes" hooray! same number of syllables, plus there's a differentiation in kind.”
“Their contagion's much stronger than your leukocytes”
“(The presence of the IUD in the uterus causes the uterine lining to release leukocytes (white blood cells) that attack the sperm.)”
“This effect allows aspirin to inhibit granulocyte adherence to damaged vasculature, stabilize lysosomes and inhibit the migration of polymorphonuclear leukocytes and macrophages to the site of inflammation.”
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