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“…However, their biological sig nificance is not clear. If chemotaxis plays a role in leukocyte extravasation, the present data suggest two mechanisms by which leu kocytes are prevented from leaving the cir culation: (a) chemotaxis and/or migration inhibition caused by humoral factors [6,13,21,Jungi, unpublished data] and (b) pre sence of chemotactic factors in the blood. However, at sites of extravasation it would be conceivable that either inactivation of in hibitors or dilution of the tissue fluid could unmask chemotactic activities similar to those described here and thereby regulate leukocyte migration.…”
Section: Discussionmentioning
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“…However, their biological sig nificance is not clear. If chemotaxis plays a role in leukocyte extravasation, the present data suggest two mechanisms by which leu kocytes are prevented from leaving the cir culation: (a) chemotaxis and/or migration inhibition caused by humoral factors [6,13,21,Jungi, unpublished data] and (b) pre sence of chemotactic factors in the blood. However, at sites of extravasation it would be conceivable that either inactivation of in hibitors or dilution of the tissue fluid could unmask chemotactic activities similar to those described here and thereby regulate leukocyte migration.…”
Section: Discussionmentioning
“…Since it could be demonstrated here that overoptimal doses of chemotactic factors of non-lymphocyte origin can display migration inhibition, it seems reasonable to assume that leukocyte accumulation in vivo could in part be regu lated by chemotactic factors themselves. Moreover, chemotaxis and/or migration in hibitors present in normal serum and plas ma may influence leukocyte migration as well [10,15,22,Jungi,unpublished].…”
Section: Discussionmentioning