Inflammation & Rheumatoid Arthritis

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Neutrophils Migrate from to Inflamed Tissue via Chemotaxis
Neutrophils Migrate from to Inflamed Tissue via Chemotaxis

Inflammation is part of the immune response by vascular tissue to harmful pathogens and cell damage. Upon infection or cell damage, numerous process take place such as vasodilation via the release of mediators such as bradykinins, and increased permeability of blood vessels to allow neutrophils to approach the site. Rheumatoid Arthritis, is a chronic inflammatory disorder that typically effects joints at early stages but can result in dangerous inflammation of the lungs and kidneys.


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