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Laser capture microscopy

We used the technology to isolate the heart tissue macrophages and the area immediately around it, since we felt these areas would be where the macrophages were secreting their hormones.
These hormones, including CCL17 and CCL22 are what we suspect are influencing the T cells and allograft rejection.