An sLex-deficient variant of HL60 cells exhibits high levels of adhesion to vascular selectins: Further evidence that HECA-452 and CSLEX1 monoclonal antibody epitopes are not essential for high avidity binding to vascular selectins

Amy J. Wagers, Lloyd M. Stoolman, Ron Craig, Randall N. Knibbs, Geoffrey S. Kansas*

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