Dictionary of Human Evolution and Biology

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Neutrophil

Large granulocyte with a multilobed nucleus whose function is to phagocytize invading microbes. Neutrophils normally constitute 60-70% of the white blood cell count, and are usually the first cells of the body’s internal defense to arrive at the site of an infection.

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