Human neutrophils dump Candida glabrata after intracellular killing.
(2015) Human neutrophils dump Candida glabrata after intracellular killing. Fungal Genet Biol 84, 37-40.
Interaction between fungal pathogens and human phagocytes can lead to remarkably variable outcomes, ranging from intracellular killing to prolonged survival and replication of the pathogen in the host cell. Using live cell imaging we observed primary human neutrophils that release phagocytosed Candida glabrata yeast cells after intracellular killing. This process, for which we propose the name
doi: 10.1016/j.fgb.2015.09.008 PMID: 26385824