Biochemistry - Immune System - Discussion

Discussion Forum : Immune System - Section 1 (Q.No. 3)
3.
Which of the following white blood cells act as scavengers when they engulf and digest pathogens?
Macrophages
T cells
B cells
Lymphocytes
Answer: Option
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Discussion:
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Abi said:   7 months ago
Macrophages are larger white blood cells that are present in various tissues throughout the body. They also play a crucial role in phagocytosis, engulfing and breaking down pathogens and debris.

Janvi kodwani said:   4 years ago
@komal.

No, macrophage is a type of white blood cells.

Rehana said:   5 years ago
Yes, I agree @Komal.

Komal said:   5 years ago
Macrophages are not considered as white blood cells.

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