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cytob21088-sup-0001-suppfig1.tif7896KSupplemental Figure 1 CECs identified as described in the main text can be examined for nuclear fragmentation using Hoechst. Left panel shows cells with non-fragmented nuclei, while the right panel illustrates CECs with nuclear fragmentation, indicative of apoptosis
cytob21088-sup-0002-suppfig2.tif2066KSupplemental Figure 2 A CEC identified as described in the main text that has additionally been stained with FITC CD144 (pseudo-colored red for illustrative purposes). Here one can appreciate co-expression, but not necessarily co-localization of CD144 and CD146.

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