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Revealing the Critical Role of Heart-derived Macrophages

News   Feb 22, 2019 | Original Story by Tiare Dunlap for the University of California - Los Angeles.

 
Revealing the Critical Role of Heart-derived Macrophages

Microscopic images of a normal heart valve in a mouse, left, and a heart valve grown in a lab with heart-derived macrophages blocked, right. Without those macrophages, the valves are thick and deformed. Credit: Developmental Cell/UCLA Broad Stem Cell Research Center.

 
 
 

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