Immunostaining of human airway epithelial cells grown at air-liquid interface to mimic the conditions in the airways of children with asthma. Two different types of epithelial cells are shown here: Ciliated cells are stained with b-tubulin (green) and club cells are stained with SCGB1A1 (red). The blue staining (DAPI) shows all nuclei. Image courtesy of Rika Gomi, Kazu Gomi and Stefan Worgall.
Infiltration of inflammatory T lymphocytes in the peritubular areas from a lupus kidney section. Stain with the T lymphocyte marker CD3 (green) and with the inflammatory cytokines IFNg(red) and IL-10 (cyan). Image courtesy of Simone Caielli.
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