International Journal of Cell Biology / 2015 / Article / Fig 1

Review Article

The Role of Hyaluronan in Innate Defense Responses of the Intestine

Figure 1

Hyaluronan is a normal component of the large intestine. Cross-section of the distal colon from a healthy mouse, fixed and stained for HA [8] (using biotinylated HA binding protein and a fluorescent detection reagent, green), shows normal deposition around the epithelial-lined crypts. Muscle cells are stained red and cell nuclei are stained blue.

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