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Basophils in Medical Dictionary

Allergen

... s (substances that cause an allergic response). EP-2101 ... and basophils release substances that cause vasoconstriction , smooth muscle ... vessels. Eosinophil s are stimulated by parasites and some bacteria . basophils are stimulated by allergen s. ...

Monocyte

... five main types of cells: monocyte s, lymphocyte s, neutrophil s, basophils and eosinophil s. The last three, collectively known as granulocyte s, ... s and lymphocyte s which also are important for the immune system . basophils make heparin, an anti -clotting substance. In 1990 another form of ...

Adhesion

... like neutrophil s , express a number of adhesion molecules important for homing, such as LFA-1 (CD11aCD18), Mac-1 (CD11bCD18) and CD44. When basophils are triggered, they release two kinds of mediators : ... ...

Dyes

... had reactions to nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drugs in the past should also check with a physician before taking them again. PREGNANCY ... basophils are derived from bone marrow progenitors (psc) and contain granules that bind basic dyes . They are capable of synthesizing many of the same ...

Histamine

... son had last year is to apply ice to the bite and to also take an oral anti histamine such as Benadryl. Histamine released from circulating basophils and the release of leukopeptidase from white blood cells may trigger pruritus associated with lymphoma s and leukemia s. Bromfed and ...

Lymphocyte

... the main constituent of pus , which also destroys bacteria , and monocyte s and lymphocyte s which also are important for the immune system . basophils make heparin, an anti -clotting substance. ...

Neutrophil

... the main constituent of pus , which also destroys bacteria , and monocyte s and lymphocyte s which also are important for the immune system . basophils make heparin, an anti -clotting substance. The most common types are neutrophil s (also called polymorphonuclear cells, PMNs, polys, or ...

Vasoconstriction

... ( hypertension ). This vasoconstriction can be severe enough to reduce or block blood flow through the arteries ... Eosinophil s and basophils release substances that cause vasoconstriction , smooth muscle contraction , and an increased permeability of small blood vessels. Eosinophil ...
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