A macrophage moves along a surface.
May 7, 2010
A macrophage moves along a surface. Macrophages are mobile cells that make up the clean-up crew in the body. They engulf and remove tissue debris after an injury, foreign particles from bodily fluids, bacteria and dead cells. [Work performed by the Matsudaira Lab.]
Topics: Health Medical Pharma, Macrophages, Cell biology, Immune system, Environment, Phagocytes, Bacteria, Disaster Accident