Expression of HLA-G in the human thymus. Cryostat section of human thymus showing the staining for HLA-G protein in the thymic medulla as revealed by the HLA-G–specific mAb IB8 using an immunofluorescence detection method. HLA-G–specific staining identifies stromal elements organized to form double strings of cells, sharply delimiting areas of tissue densely packed with thymocytes. See related article in this issue by Crisa et al., pp. 289–298.
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