Journal of Immunology Research / 2015 / Article / Fig 4

Research Article

Hair Follicle Dermal Sheath Derived Cells Improve Islet Allograft Survival without Systemic Immunosuppression

Figure 4

DSCC modulates immune responses in the draining lymph nodes of transplanted mice. Representative dot plots (left) and accumulating data (right) of CD4+Foxp3+ (a), CD25+Foxp3+ (b), and CD8+CD69+ (c) cells from the renal lymph nodes of transplanted mice are shown. Each dot represents the result from one mouse in group 1 (DSCC and islets) or 2 (FB and islets) after 2 weeks (a, b) or 3 weeks (c) of transplantation. Pooled data (right) are shown as the means from six mice per experiment, with Student -test showing significance, .
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