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Heme Curation v0.0.1-dev

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We quantified these changes by automatic image analysis and found that heme-induced cytoskeleton rearrangement led to a significant increase in cell area and perimeter, as well as a decrease in circularity (form factor) (Fig. 4d,e and Supplementary Fig. 3b–d), indicating that the heme-induced defective phagocytic response was likely tied to cytoskeleton rearrangements.

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