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Original Research Paper Phagocytosis of Wnt inhibitor SFRP4 by late wound macrophages drives chronic Wnt activity for fibrotic skin healing
DOI: 10.1126/sciadv.aay3704
Science Advances , Mar 19, 2020
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How to cite: Readers should cite both the Bio-protocol article and the original research article where this protocol was used:
1. Gay, D. , Romeo, p. and Gay, D. (2021). Immunofluorescence, Sirius red staining, and intensity quantitations. Bio-protocol. bio-protocol.org/prep1092.
2. Gay, D., Ghinatti, G., Guerrero-Juarez, C., Ferrer, R., Ferri, F., Lim, C., Murakami, S., Gault, N., Barroca, V., Rombeau, I., Mauffrey, P., Irbah, L., Treffeisen, E., Franz, S., Boissonnas, A., Combadière, C., Ito, M., Plikus, M. and Romeo, P.(2020). Phagocytosis of Wnt inhibitor SFRP4 by late wound macrophages drives chronic Wnt activity for fibrotic skin healing . Science Advances 6(12). DOI: 10.1126/sciadv.aay3704
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