Mononuclear cell migration is the act of moving mononuclear cells, or cells that contain a single round nucleus such as lymphocytes and dendritic cells, to the tissues and organs that require the functions of the immune system. Different studies have been done on what exactly mediates the chemotaxis of mononuclear cells, and findings include that both heparin and advanced glycation end products of proteins can modulate this process. The regulation of migration of mononuclear cells has been considered as a treatment in certain diseases such as cervical cancer, as the cells may attack tumor cells.
Mononuclear Cell Migration Bioinformatics Tool
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