«Neutrophil (also known as neutrocytes or heterophils) are the most abundant type of granulocytes and make up 40% to 70% of all white blood cell in humans. They form an essential part of the innate immune system, with their functions varying in different animals.» (wikipedia)
Summary on Neutrophil
Our overview of this blood marker is quite short so far, as we are still gathering information.
Biolinks for Neutrophil are extracted by users from 1 related publications.
Users read a research at the PubMed. They understand a relation between two objects.
To organise this new finding, they add it as a new piece of information — a Biolink — a proven logical relation between objects, drugs or symptoms etc.
Any user can propose new knowledge which will be reviewed.
Proofs for biolinks of current node (Neutrophil) are listed here. Abstracts are hidden.