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Fig. 5. Effect of MAPK antisense transfection on Reh cell adhesion (A) and CD11c expression (B). Reh cells were transiently transfected with phosphorothioated antisense or scrambled oligodeoxynucleotides. Cell adhesion was determined morphologically, whereas CD11c expression was quantitated using flow cytometry. Data are the mean ± SD of at least two independent experiments.





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