Pulmonary alveolar proteinosis and macrophage transplantation

Macrophages are highly variable, and their ontogeny and functions depend on the particular organ in which they reside and on any ongoing disease processes. Lung macrophages are critically important to lung function, and knowledge of their ontogeny and phenotypes is rapidly expanding. Lung macrophages are present within the alveolar spaces and in the airway wall and lumen. Airway macrophages represent both alveolar macrophages that are on their way along the mucociliary escalator toward the nasopharynx...
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