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Supplementary Figure S1, Schneider et al

Supplementary Figure S1, Schneider et al

Supplementary Figure S1, Schneider et al. Fully migrated out of seeded (FM ratio). A. medium. WT sup. total PBMC. NS. KO sup. medium. NS. NS. NS. NS. WT sup. lymphocytes. NS. KO sup. medium. monocytes. WT sup. NS. KO sup. 0. 10. 20. 30. 40. 50. FM ratio (%).

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