Figure 1. Phagocytosis of a tumor cell (labelled with green fluorescent DiO) by a macrophage (labelled with red fluorescent DiI). The macrophage has not yet completely closed (indicated with an asterisk), and the tumor cell is still visible. Yellow indicates an overlap of green and red fluorescence, showing that this part of the tumor cell is already inside the macrophage.
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