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INSIDE BLOOD

IMMUNOBIOLOGY
INSIDE BLOOD
MYELOID NEOPLASIA
PHAGOCYTES & GRANULOCYTES
PLATELETS & THROMBOPOIESIS
VASCULAR BIOLOGY

PERSPECTIVE

REVIEW ARTICLES

CLINICAL TRIALS AND OBSERVATIONS

GENE THERAPY

IMMUNOBIOLOGY

LYMPHOID NEOPLASIA

MYELOID NEOPLASIA

PHAGOCYTES, GRANULOCYTES, AND MYELOPOIESIS

PLATELETS AND THROMBOPOIESIS

THROMBOSIS AND HEMOSTASIS

TRANSPLANTATION

VASCULAR BIOLOGY

CORRESPONDENCE

ERRATUM

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    It is unclear how neutrophils control Aspergillus species in healthy persons. Due to their large size, Aspergillus hyphae (red) cannot be phagocytosed by neutrophils (green). Bianchi et al show in this issue that recently discovered NADPH oxidase–dependent microbicidal pathways through neutrophil extracellular traps (NETs) are efficient against Aspergillus conidia and hyphae in vitro, and that restoration of NET formation by gene therapy of NADPH oxidase–deficient X-linked chronic granulomatous disease aided clearing severe invasive Aspergillus nidulans infection in vivo, underlining the role of functional NADPH oxidase in NET formation and antifungal activity. See the article by Bianchi et al on page 2619.

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