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Following i.p. E. coli infection, we observed a significant increase in plasma heme levels in LysM-Cre+/−Hmox1fl/fl mice (Fig. 1e and Supplementary Fig. 1c), which was accompanied by increased bacterial numbers in blood and liver (Fig. 1f and Supplementary Fig. 1d) and impaired survival (Fig. 1g) when compared with LysM-Cre−/−Hmox1fl/fl controls.

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