Macrophage ingesting pseudomonas

Macrophage ingesting pseudomonas

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Caption: Immune System: Human macrophage ingesting pseudomonas. Macrophages are white blood cells (leukocytes) or mononuclear phagocytes that ingest bacteria as part of the immune response to infection. Pseudomonas is a widespread soil bacterium which acts as an opportunic pathogen. This bacteria is pathogenic in humans, but mainly restricted to opportunistic infections in compromised hospital patients.

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Keywords: anatomy, bacteria, cells, histology, human body, human macrophage, immune, immune system, immunology, infection, leucocyte, leukocyte, macrophage, medicine, micrograph, micrography, mononuclear phagocytes, pathogen, pathology, phagocytes, pseudomonas, scanning electron micrograph, science, sem, soil bacterium, system, white blood cells

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