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aji1161-sup-0001-VideoS1.avivideo/avi9418KVideo S1. Fetal blood flow inside the placenta.
aji1161-sup-0002-VideoS2.avivideo/avi9746KVideo S2. 3D reconstruction of maternal-fetal blood vessels inside the placenta.
aji1161-sup-0003-VideoS3.avivideo/avi16297KVideo S3. 3D reconstruction of placenta.
aji1161-sup-0004-VideoS4.avivideo/avi7647KVideo S4. Maternal blood flow inside the placenta.
aji1161-sup-0005-VideoS5.avivideo/avi11022KVideo S5. Plasmodium chabaudi-infected red blood cells (Pc-iRBCs) stop flowing inside the placenta.
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aji1161-sup-0007-FigureS1.jpgimage/jpg129KFigure S1. Representation of mouse placenta and Plasmodium chabaudi-GFP. This diagram provides a clear understanding of the entire structure of the mouse placenta labyrinth area. (a) A representation of the placenta in a lateral/cross section view; the fetus, umbilical cord, labyrinth zone, and deciduas area, where the maternal blood vessels (red) in this cross section view of the labyrinth area are cut transversally. (b) A top view of the same labyrinth area where the maternal (red) and fetal (green) blood vessels can be seen in a longitudinal section; which is the view provided in our placenta movies. (c) P. chabaudi expressing GFP infects red blood cells (RBCs) and these infected RBCs can be identified within the placenta by GFP expression (green); red: DAPI staining; blue: CFP expression by fetal tissues; white bar =10 μm; the arrow shows one GFP-iRBC.

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