This protein, an enzyme, is a broad-spectrum bioscavenger found throughout the body--in the liver, small intestine, kidney, lungs, testes, and scavenger cells
The immune system's scavenger cells
then degrade the beads by snatching them up, before attempting to digest them with acid.
FREE radicals are scavenger cells
that cause damage to healthy cells.
Important soldiers in the war against infection are scavenger cells
called macrophages, which chew up invading bacteria and deliver pieces of them to CD4 T white blood cells.
The scavenger cells
attack the particles, releasing toxic substances that cause inflammation.
But a more effective approach may be to block the recipient's antigen-presenting cells (APC), scavenger cells
that actually trigger the T-lymphocyte attack.
The first four cells in each line are roughers and the last five are scavenger cells
He and his colleagues verified that bacterial products stimulate the TH1 response and that this response involves roving scavenger cells