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Figure 1 | Journal for ImmunoTherapy of Cancer

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From: Anti-tumor characteristics of radiation-induced tumor-infiltrating neutrophils

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CD11b+Gb-1+ cells increase in tumor tissue 24 hour after tumor irradiation. RM-9- (a) LLC- (B) and 4T1- (C) bearing mice (n = 5) were sacrificed at different times after 15 Gy irradiation to the tumor on the left hind leg and the tumor tissues were analyzed for neutrophils (CD11b+Gr-1+ cells) by flow cytometry. The results show a significant increase in neutrophilic infilitration 24-48h after tumor irradiation.

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