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jws-hep.20885.dat1.mpg2877KReal time intravital microscopy showing that CFSE-labelled purified naïve CD8 +Des-TCR T cells injected via the mesenteric vein into C57BL/6 recipient mice are retained within the first minutes of entry into the liver. The movie starts at 1min 40 seconds following injection.
jws-hep.20885.dat2.mpg2166KReal time intravital microscopy illustrating some CFSE-labelled purified naïve CD8 +Des-TCR T cells injected via the mesenteric vein into C57BL/6 recipient mice that are retained then move at a slow motion into the liver sinusoids. The movie starts at 2min 40 seconds following injection.
jws-hep.20885.dat3.mpg13223KReal time intravital microscopy showing that CFSE-labelled purified naïve CD8 +Des-TCR T cells injected via the mesenteric vein into B10BR recipient mice circulate without being retained within the liver. The movie starts at 1 min 40 sec following injection.
jws-hep.20885.dat4.mpg9320KReal time intravital microscopy showing that CFSE-labelled purified naïve CD8 +Des-TCR T cells injected via the mesenteric vein into C57BL/6 recipient mice are permanently retained in the liver sinusoids 10 minutes after transfer. Please note CFSE bleaching following long term observation under the fluorescent light.
jws-hep.20885.dat5.mpg982KReal time intravital microscopy illustrating the lack of retention of CFSE-labelled purified naïve CD8 +Des-TCR T cells in the liver of B10BR recipient mice. The movie starts at 10 min 35 sec following injection.
jws-hep.20885.dat6.mpg9925KReal time intravital microscopy showing that anti-LFA-1 blocking antibody inhibits the retention of CFSE-labelled purified naïve CD8 +Des-TCR T cells injected into C57BL/6 recipient mice. The movie starts at 1min 30 sec following injection.

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