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Mouse anti Guinea Pig CD90 antibody, clone CT4 used for the detection of CD90 (homing receptor) expressing cells in the guinea pig lungs by flow cytometry
Monitoring of activated T cells in the infected lungs during therapy. Percentage of activated CD4+ T cells (A) and CD8+ T cells (B) in drug or drug plus MIP group were evaluated at different time points during the course of therapy. The percentage of respective cells in infected control group has been shown in the inset of bar diagram. Activated T cells were analyzed based on the expression of homing receptors as shown in the representative contour plots and compared at 15 days and 30 days of therapy. In each plot, region R6 represents T cells with high homing receptor expression and the corresponding percentage value is mentioned inside the region. Data represents the mean value of four animals in each group. * p<0.05. Uninfected animal (naive) was taken as uninfected negative control and untreated animal at 30 days post infection was taken as infected positive control.
From: Gupta A, Ahmad FJ, Ahmad F, Gupta UD, Natarajan M, et al. (2012) Efficacy of Mycobacterium indicus pranii Immunotherapy as an Adjunct to Chemotherapy for Tuberculosis and Underlying Immune Responses in the Lung.
PLoS ONE 7(7): e39215.