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Caption: White blood cells leaving bloodstream. Time-lapse light microscopy footage of white blood cells (leucocytes) migrating to the surrounding tissue from the bloodstream. This is known as extravasation (or diapedesis) and is a response by the body to tissue damage or infection. The white blood cells are part of the innate (non-specific) immune system response.

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White blood cells leaving bloodstream

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Duration: 00:00:29

Frame size: 1920x1080

Frame rate: 30

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Format: QuickTime, Photo JPEG 100%, progressive scan, square pixels

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Capture format: Canon EOS 5D Mark II

Frame size: 4080x2720

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