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Role of leukocyte factors and cationic poly electrolytes in phagocytosis of group a streptococci and candida albicans by neutrophils macrophages fibroblasts and epithelial cells modulation by anionic poly electrolytes in relation to pathogenesis of chronic inflammation



Role of leukocyte factors and cationic poly electrolytes in phagocytosis of group a streptococci and candida albicans by neutrophils macrophages fibroblasts and epithelial cells modulation by anionic poly electrolytes in relation to pathogenesis of chronic inflammation



Inflammation 5(4): 289-312



The role of cationic polyelectrolytes and human leukocyte extracts in the opsonization of group A streptococci, Staphylococcus aureus and C. albicans was studied. The modulation of phagocytosis by anionic polyelectrolytes was reported. The effect of polyelectrolytes on the secretion of lysosomal enzymes and the production of prostaglandins by mouse macrophages was discussed. The polyelectrolyte role in inflammation was studied.

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