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Regulation of Macrophage Motility by the Water Channel Aquaporin-1: Crucial Role of M0/M2 Phenotype Switch

Bibliographic reference Tyteca, Donatienne ; Nishino, Tomoya ; Debaix, Huguette ; Van Der Smissen, Patrick ; N'Kuli, Francisca ; et. al. Regulation of Macrophage Motility by the Water Channel Aquaporin-1: Crucial Role of M0/M2 Phenotype Switch. In: PLoS One, Vol. 10, no. 2, p. e0117398 [1-23] (2015)
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