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Fig. 26. The epithelial clumps cultured on a hemocyte sheet. A - 1 h after the inoculation. The epithelial clumps (arrows) have started to adhere to the hemocyte sheet (h). B and C - 1 day after the inoculation. In B, the floating cells liberated from the epithelial clumps and hemocyte sheets are covering the bottom of the well. Arrow - an epithelial clump changing its shape. In C, the epithelial cells have started to migrate (arrows) from the clump (c). Scale bars - 200 μm (A) and 100 μm (B, C), respectively. With kind permission from Springer Science + Business Media: In Vitro Cell. Dev. Biol., Monolayer formation and DNA synthesis of the outer epithelial cells from pearl oyster mantle in coculture with amebocytes, 34, 1998, 486–491, Awaji and Suzuki, Fig. 2A–C.

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