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Figure 1: Cell biology and functions of mast-cell heparin, based in part on the findings of Humphries et al.4 and Forsberg et al.5.

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Zehnder, J., Galli, S. Mast-cell heparin demystified. Nature 400, 714–715 (1999). https://doi.org/10.1038/23360

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