which leukocyte functions in phagocytizing bacteria?

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John V. Shea 1 year 1 Answer 210 views Regular Member -3

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  1. Macrophages mainly involves in the phagocytic function… macrophages are the antigen presenting cell … so macrophage engulf the pathogen and then done the fragmentation of the pathogen extracellular and present the fragments of the pathogen with the help of MHC-II..

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    in macrophages, extracellular performed the processing f the pathogen and present the pathogen with the help of MHC-II..

    but intracellular done the replication of the pathogen and then present the fragments of the pathogen with the help of MHC-I 

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