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Hax1 regulates neutrophil adhesion and motility through RhoA

By Peter J. Cavnar, Erwin Berthier, David J. Beebe and Anna Huttenlocher


Loss of Hax1, which is associated with a severe congenital neutropenia syndrome, impairs neutrophil uropod detachment and directed migration

Topics: Research Articles
Publisher: The Rockefeller University Press
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