• An increasing number of phagocytic defects with cutaneous manifestations and signs in humans are being reported. With the increasing availability of phagocyte assays, detection of phagocyte defects will allow us to dissect the component events and more clearly understand the central role of the phagocytic leukocyte in host defenses of the skin.
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