Mononuclear cell proliferation is the act of the replication and division 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. The division of these cells is a crucial step in the regulation of the immune system and the prevention of a body from being attacked by a pathogen. The proliferation of mononuclear cells is a regular process, but it can be inhibited by certain cell extracts, such as those from the bacteria Streptococcus pyogenes.
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