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We thank the Australian Red Cross for red blood cells. This work was supported by grants from the Australian National Health and Medical Research Council (533811) and Deakin University's Central Research Grants Scheme. M.K. acknowledges support from the Alfred Deakin Fellowship scheme. M.W.A.D. is an NHMRC Early Career Fellow. G.I.McF. is supported by a Program Grant from the NHMRC and a Discovery Grant from the Australian Research Council. T.F.d.K.-W. is supported by an NHMRC Career Development Fellowship.