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Analysis of lymphoid and myeloid cell populations in the meninges (Extended Data Fig. 9d) demonstrated a significant increase in the number of macrophages upon lymphatic ablation compared to both control groups (Extended Data Fig. 9e), which might be correlated with increased amyloid-β deposition and inflammation in the meninges

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