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Reprinted from Immunity, 44(5), Liu, C., Wu, C., Yang, Q., Gao, J., Li, L., Yang, D., Luo, L., Macrophages Mediate the Repair of Brain Vascular Rupture through Direct Physical Adhesion and Mechanical Traction, 1162-76, Copyright (2016) with permission from Elsevier. Full text @ Immunity