BioMed Research International / 2010 / Article / Fig 2

Research Article

Bone Marrow Derivation of Interstitial Cells of Cajal in Small Intestine Following Intestinal Injury

Figure 2

Detection of donor-derived BMDCs by GFP IHC in the small intestine 3 months after transplantation. (a) GFP positive BMDCs could be integrated into any part of intestine. (b) donor-derived cells could also be observed between longitudinal muscle and circular muscle, and there were some positive processes without ICCs body due to section reason (red arrow). (c) blank control without primary antibody on the serial section. No positive signals could be detected. (d) HE staining of small intestine from transplanted mice.
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