In healthy individuals, a large number of immunocytes
are detected in the peripheral blood, including T lymphocytes, NK cells and B lymphocytes, which play crucial roles in the immune surveillance, immunosuppression and killing effects.
Immunocytochemical evidence of PGF- and TGF-b-like molecules in invertebrate and vertebrate immunocytes
: an evolutionary approach.
As indicated, neutrophils are usually the first type of immunocyte
found at the site of injury.
Eos is one kind of immunocyte
. The activation of Eos can release an array of cytotoxic granule cationic proteins that are capable of inducing tissue damage and dysfunction.[sup] We speculated that the genotype distribution difference of Eos might imply the potential immune effect during the disease course of arteritis.
Regulatory factors include transcription factors, signaling molecules, and signal transduction mediators and modulators; they can be roughly divided between those that control immunocyte
development and those that control differentiated immune function.
The authors indicated that intraepidermal injection of activated human immunocytes
induced the formation of psoriatic lesion in the skin model of xenotransplantation.
Peroxisome proliferator-activated receptor gamma, one of PPAR superfamily members, has been observed in multiple immunocytes
, such as monocytes, macrophages, and lymphocytes .
BTP2 is a potent inhibitor of Orai-1 channel which regulates the activation of immunocytes
such as T lymphocytes.
Herz, "Opioids from immunocytes
interact with receptors on sensory nerves to inhibit nociception in inflammation.," Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, vol.
Direct interactions between immunocytes
and neurons after axotomy in Aplysia.
Reduced production of IL-2 demonstrated in patients with SLE enhances the expansion of Th17 population which promotes local inflammation and recruitment of immunocytes
in part due to the increased production of IL-17 .
of protostomes and deuterostomes as revealed by LM, EM and other methods.