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. Fig, Mean cell fluorescence intensities (MFI) as a function of the concentration of cell penetrating complexes for each MCa analog Indicated concentrations are for Strep-Cy5 (10 nM to 2.5 µM) The ratio MCa analog / Strep-Cy5 was 4/1. Data were fitted by a sigmoid equation of the type MFI = MFI max / (1 + exp(-(x-PC 50 )/b)) where MFI max = 180 ± 6 a

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