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phag·o·cy·tose

 (făg′ə-sĭ-tōs′, -tōz′, -sī′tōs, -tōz)
tr.v. phag·o·cy·tosed, phag·o·cy·tos·ing, phag·o·cy·tos·es
To ingest by phagocytosis.

[Back-formation from phagocytosis.]
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(15) A[beta] is phagocytosed by microglia and delivered to the lysosome, where it is subsequently degraded.
A bone marrow biopsy report revealed diffuse infiltration of Langerhans cells with vesicular nuclear chromatin, irregular nuclear contours, pale cytoplasm with phagocytosed normoblasts, and mature erythrocytes.
Some of the histiocytes demonstrated phagocytosed erythrocytes inside the cytoplasm (Figure 3).
Metabolism slows with aging, especially lysosomal metabolism, and phagocytosed lipid-rich material does not dissolve, accumulating as a result.
pestis is phagocytosed by amebae with heterogeneous prevalence and intensity.
At physiological temperature, NC0% was the most phagocytosed (Figure 3).
Interestingly, HHV-6 antigens have been detected in histiocytes in some cases, whereas parvovirus B19 and Epstein-Barr virus (EBV) antigens and protein capsids have been positive in lymphocytes which may then later be phagocytosed by histiocytes [6, 10].
The particles are phagocytosed by F4/80- or CD68-positive macrophages and Kupffer cells in the liver and by macrophage receptor with collagenous structure- (MARCO-) positive macrophages in the spleen.
As it was easy to be phagocytosed by macrophages, DMSA-modified MION was generally used for positive comparison [29, 30].
Although most inhaled bacilli are trapped in the upper respiratory tract, approximately 10% of them reach the alveoli, where they are phagocytosed by cells of the innate immune response (macrophages, dendritic cells, and alveolar epithelial cells) [8].
However, there are ways to camouflage that fact with language such as "macrophages containing many vacuoles and phagocytosed particles," etc.