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Jul 2, 1980 - SUMMARY. The effect of hyaluronate on neutrophil motility in vitro was studied by the micropore filter technique and by direct visual an...

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Jul 2, 1980 - SUMMARY. The effect of hyaluronate on neutrophil motility in vitro was studied by the micropore filter technique and by direct visual analysis of the locomotion of neutrophils on glass. Both directed and random locomotion of neutrophils

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