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Review Article

Neutrophil Reverse Migration Becomes Transparent with Zebrafish

Table 1

Comparison of surface phenotypes between studies of neutrophil reverse migration and immunomodulation by neutrophils. CD11b (integrin ), which is a component of Mac-1 integrin, and CD54 (ICAM-1) were the surface molecules with the most overlap between these studies. Blank spaces indicate that the expression of this molecule was not addressed by a particular study. The (↑) indicates that expression of the indicated molecule was elevated over the appropriate control sample of neutrophils (non reverse migrated, not responsible for neutrophil effects on lymphocytes, etc.).


Reverse migration
 Buckley et al.2006 [51]
 Woodfin et al.2011 [10]
 Maletto et al.2006 [52]
 Ostanin et al.2012 [53]
 Pillay et al.2012 [54]
 Puga et al.2012. [55]

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