Through its Biomedical Analysis division, SLIL is developing a breakthrough, patented discovery of the link between the macrophage cell (the scavenger cell
of the immune system) and diseases caused by excessive cell proliferation.
Like LDL, or low-density lipoproteins, the remnants can be taken up by scavenger cells
and lead to the process we call hardening of the arteries.
Bizzozero also concluded that the marrow was the site not only of blood formation but also of blood destruction, based on the erroneous assumption that large cells containing pigment granules were scavenger cells
containing red cell debris.
In the new study, 12 patients will be treated with healthy scavenger cells
, created in a laboratory from human embryonic stem cells.
University of South Florida researchers found that the protein, GM-CSF, likely stimulates the body's natural scavenger cells
to attack and remove Alzheimer's amyloid deposits in the brain.
5 in the rougher and scavenger cells
and approximately 4.
As we age, scavenger cells
under the skin, designed to remove topical skin debris and keep it wrinkle-free, become overwhelmed with the amount of work they have to do.
This protein, an enzyme, is a broad-spectrum bioscavenger found throughout the body--in the liver, small intestine, kidney, lungs, testes, and scavenger cells