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English: Supplementary Movie 2 This is a time-lapse GFP movie demonstrating the appearance of the ZMEL1 melanoma cells after subcutaneous transplantation into casper, showing the maintenance of the mitf-GFP signal in metastatic growths.
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Source Video file from Kim I, Heilmann S, Kansler E, Zhang Y, Zimmer M, Ratnakumar K, Bowman R, Simon-Vermot T, Fennell M, Garippa R, Lu L, Lee W, Hollmann T, Xavier J, White R (2017). "Microenvironment-derived factors driving metastatic plasticity in melanoma". Nature Communications. DOI:10.1038/ncomms14343. PMID 28181494. PMC: 5309794.
Author Kim I, Heilmann S, Kansler E, Zhang Y, Zimmer M, Ratnakumar K, Bowman R, Simon-Vermot T, Fennell M, Garippa R, Lu L, Lee W, Hollmann T, Xavier J, White R
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