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Heme Curation v0.0.1-dev

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In agreement with the electrical cell–substrate impedance sensing data described above, the proteome changes triggered by 10 μM heme were indicative of an adaptive response with prominent induction of HMOX1 and ferritin light (FTL) and heavy (FTH1) chains (Figure 5d,left panel).

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