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How Does a Phagocyte Destroy Bacteria?

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A Phagocyte will destroy bacteria as the white blood cells fight all of the pathogens. The Phagocytes will engulf the bacteria. A liter of human blood has approximately 6 billion white blood cells.
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Phagocytosis is a form of Endocytosis. In phagocytosis, the cell engulfs the bacteria and keeps it in a bubble like structure called a phagosome. From there the cell injects lysosomes
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