Macrophages and blood clots

jamesbath at bellsouth.net jamesbath at bellsouth.net
Sat Feb 14 12:26:36 EST 2004


Apparently they do, as can be deduced from the following definition:



Phagocytosis is the ingestion or engulfing of some foreign particle or cell
by a phagocytic cell to form a food vacuole. Phagocytic cells are either
one-celled organisms or one of the body cells, such as a white blood cell.
Bacteria, dead tissue cells and dust particles are all examples of particles
that may be phagocytosed.



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> Does anyone know if macrophages dismantle blood clots?
>
> James H. Bath
>
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