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Figure 1: No differences between C57BL/6 wild-type mice and IgE-GFP reporter mice.

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All authors are employed by Genentech, and D.Y., H.D.B., E.E.M.S., M.Z., E.L., W.P.L., J.G.E., C.D.A., M.X. and L.C.W. hold equity in the Roche Group.

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Talay, O., Yan, D., Brightbill, H. et al. Reply to "On the differentiation of mouse IgE+ cells". Nat Immunol 13, 623–624 (2012). https://doi.org/10.1038/ni.2323

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