Review paper

Reactive species and pathogen antioxidant networks during phagocytosis

Volume: 216, Issue: 3, Pages: 501 - 516
Published: Feb 21, 2019
Abstract
The generation of phagosomal cytotoxic reactive species (i.e., free radicals and oxidants) by activated macrophages and neutrophils is a crucial process for the control of intracellular pathogens. The chemical nature of these species, the reactions they are involved in, and the subsequent effects are multifaceted and depend on several host- and pathogen-derived factors that influence their production rates and catabolism inside the phagosome....
Paper Details
Title
Reactive species and pathogen antioxidant networks during phagocytosis
Published Date
Feb 21, 2019
Volume
216
Issue
3
Pages
501 - 516
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