Neutrophil Extracellular Traps
Mechanisms and Role in Health and Disease
Anders, Hans-Joachim (editor)
Mulay, Shrikant R. (editor)
Neutrophils regulate immune responses during homeostasis as well as disease pathogenesis. Especially, the neutrophils extracellular traps largely contribute to necroinflammation. This book highlights the role of neutrophils and neutrophils extracellular traps in various sterile and non-sterile, acute and chronic inflammatory conditions affecting both human and animal health.
Keywordshead-and-neck cancer; metastasis; neutrophils; NETs; NETosis; innate immunity; G-CSF; neutrophils extracellular traps; ophthalmology; diseases; neutrophil extracellular traps (NETs); Alzheimer’s disease; multiple sclerosis; ischemic stroke; meningitis; central nervous system; brain; neurons; brain–blood barrier; equine recurrent uveitis; horse; cathelicidin; neutrophil extracellular traps; Candida albicans; quorum sensing; farnesol; cerebrospinal fluid; adults; children; infection; chemokines; cytokines; borrelia; virus; hemozoin; plasma; fibrinogen; platelet; malaria; NLRP3 inflammasome; IL-1β; cardiovascular disease; inflammation; diabetes; obesity; liver injury; neutrophil extracellular trap; myeloperoxidase; carbon tetrachloride; autoimmunity; autoimmune diseases; autoantigens; SARS-CoV-2; coronavirus; complement; thrombosis; MERS-CoV; necroinflammation; periodontitis; neutrophil functions; n/a
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Publication date and placeBasel, Switzerland, 2020