Research Article

EZH2 Might Affect Macrophage Chemotaxis and Anti-Inflammatory Factors by Regulating CCL2 in Dental Pulp Inflammation

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Immunofluorescence staining of rats’ pulp tissues with LPS stimulation and control. Immunopositivity of (a) EZH2, (b) CCL2, and (a, b) CD68 in healthy and inflamed pulp tissues. Healthy and inflamed pulp tissues were stained with antibody to EZH2, CCL2 (red), CD68 (green), and colocalization (yellow). White arrows indicate positive staining. Higher magnifications are shown in boxed areas. Scale bar: 100 μm in low magnifications and 20 μm in higher magnifications ().