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The ‘net’ that leads to excruciating stones in the belly

Human gallstones under white light and 488 nm light, with extracellular DNA deposits appearing in red colour

Human gallstones (top row). Blue light reveals patches of DNA (in red, bottom row) that encourage stone growth. Credit: L. E. Muñoz et al./Immunity

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Nature 572, 418 (2019)

doi: https://doi.org/10.1038/d41586-019-02449-z

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