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The velocity of mitochondrial transport in the pro-aggregant strain was lower than in wild-type (mean + SD ¼ 171 + 111 versus 256 + 117 nm/s), whereas the anti-aggregant strain (194 + 131 nm/ s) did not substantially differ from wild- type (Fig. 7D).


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