Neutrophil apoptosis in the context of tuberculosis infection

Polymorphonuclear neutrophils comprise two-thirds of peripheral blood leukocytes and are key components of innate immunity as a first line of defense against bacterial and fungal pathogens. In tuberculosis, the number of neutrophils increases in the affected lung. In addition, they become activated and apoptotic due the bacterial burden. As apoptosis is promoted by reactive oxygen species (ROS) during phagocytosis, the advantages and benefits to the host as well as the strategies displayed by the pathogen to avoid or retard apoptosis are discussed in this study.
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