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Figure 7: Cell migration assay using PKH26 fluorochrome. In all animals from Study Group, after 3 months, marked ADSCs were detected in the skin (a) and in subcutaneous tissue (b). Only a few cells showed positive staining in muscles surrounding the wound (c). A few marked cells and weak staining were found also in the brain (d). No sign of cell migration was detected in kidney (e), lung (f), and liver tissues (g). The highest fluorochrome PKH26 positive staining was observed in the spleen (h).