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Fig. 5 | Respiratory Research

Fig. 5

From: Immunohistology and remodeling in fatal pediatric and adolescent asthma

Fig. 5

a Bronchial macrophages (brown) are increased in epithelium and subepithelium in a 3.6 year old fatal asthma case (CD163; bar 50 um) whereas (b) only few bronchial macrophages are found in subepithelium in a 2.5 year old control (bar 100 um). c Bronchial mucosa of a 0.9 year old fatal asthma case had numerous eosinophils (lightly positive cells in CD15 staining, brownish) and only a few neutrophils (strongly positive cells in CD15 staining, dark brown) (bar 50 um)

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