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Myeloid cells belong to the innate part of the immune system generated in the bone marrow from common myeloid progenitors. From the bone marrow they migrate into the blood and lymphatic system where they are the first line of defence against infections. However, unlike lymphoid cells such as B and T cells, the myeloid compartment of the immune system does not adapt to a previous infection or vaccination.