Localization of anti–double-stranded DNA B cells in nonautoimmune mice. Frozen spleen sections from VH2H9 transgenic mice were stained by immunohistochemistry for anti–double-stranded DNA B cells (blue) and T cells (red/brown). This picture shows anti–double-stranded DNA B cells accumulating at the interface of the T (red/brown) and B cell areas. See related article in this issue by Mandik-Nayak et al., pp. 1257–1267.
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