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S Ö Íşeri, G Şener, M Yüksel, G Contuk, Ş Çetinel, N Gedik, and B Ç Yeğen

evidence of neutrophil infiltration, was measured in both tissue samples, while oxidant-induced tissue fibrosis was determined by tissue collagen content. Biochemical analysis Measurement of serum TNF-α and

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Lucy V Norling, Mauro Perretti, and Dianne Cooper

immune cell types, including endothelial cells, lymphocytes (Lotan et al . 1994 , Baum et al . 1995 b ), neutrophils ( Truong et al . 1993 ), monocytes and macrophages ( Liu et al . 1995 ), mast cells ( Craig et al . 1995 ) and dendritic cells

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Cheng-Hsu Wang, Yung-Chi Shen, Jia-Juan Hsieh, Kun-Yun Yeh, and John Wen-Cheng Chang

. ELISA Levels of IL-6, LIF, and TNF-α in culture supernatants or mouse serum were determined by the ELISA method following the instructions of the manufacturer (R&D Systems, Minneapolis, MN, USA). Since massive neutrophil infiltration was

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Milos Mraz and Martin Haluzik

of a number of immunomodulatory molecules including cytokines and chemokines from tissue-resident macrophages and mast cells, provoking a rapid recruitment of neutrophils first and then macrophages and lymphocytes from circulation to the inflammation

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Alison E Wallace, Douglas A Gibson, Philippa T K Saunders, and Henry N Jabbour

injury. The most notable inflammatory aspect of menstruation is the large influx of immune cells that comprise uterine natural killer (NK) cells, macrophages, neutrophils and eosinophils ( Critchley et al . 1999 ). Immune cells are crucial in the process

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Anna Cinkajzlová, Miloš Mráz, and Martin Haluzík

. Myeloid cells in adipose tissue Myeloid cells consist of cells of monocyte–macrophage line, granulocytes, which are further divided into eosinophils, basophils and neutrophils, and some subsets of dendritic cells (DCs), which are crucial for innate

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Zhenguang Zhang, Agnes E Coutinho, Tak Yung Man, Tiina M J Kipari, Patrick W F Hadoke, Donald M Salter, Jonathan R Seckl, and Karen E Chapman

following intra-peritoneal injection of thioglycollate (0.2 mL, 10%) were collected by lavage with 5mL ice-cold PBS ( Coutinho et al . 2016 ). At 24 h, cells comprise mainly neutrophils and monocytes, whereas the population is predominantly macrophages at

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E Mezosi, J Szabo, E V Nagy, A Borbely, E Varga, G Paragh, and Z Varga

inhibitors on thyroid hormone-induced O 2 − release were compared with their effects on FMLP signalling. FMLP is the best-characterized activator of NADPH oxidase in neutrophils. It functions via a G protein-linked chemotactic peptide receptor, increases

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S P Sivarajasingam, N Imami, and M R Johnson

cellular infiltration, the changes in cytokine levels and the cells producing the cytokines were defined ( Bollopragada et al. 2009 ). These papers established that TL is an inflammatory event showing that the myometrium is infiltrated by neutrophils

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Karen Francis, B Mary Lewis, Peter N Monk, and Jack Ham

. Discussion The process of inflammation leads to rapid activation of the complement system and release of two anaphylatoxin molecules C3a and C5a. C3a and C5a mediate their actions via specific receptors; these actions include chemotaxis of neutrophils