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Figure 4: Immunohistological staining reveals a massive infiltration of immune cells preferentially in the infundibulum of grafted hair follicles. Prominent staining for CD3+, CD20+ and CD68+ cells is more widespread in grafted hair follicles compared to controls. (a‑c) Representative photographs of native scalp hair follicles stained for CD20 (B cells), CD3 (T cells) and CD68 (macrophages). Positively stained regions are marked by arrows and scale bars indicate 200 μm in (a‑c) and 150 μm in (d‑f), respectively

Figure 4: Immunohistological staining reveals a massive infiltration of immune cells preferentially in the infundibulum of grafted hair follicles. Prominent staining for CD3+, CD20+ and CD68+ cells is more widespread in grafted hair follicles compared to controls. (a‑c) Representative photographs of native scalp hair follicles stained for CD20 (B cells), CD3 (T cells) and CD68 (macrophages). Positively stained regions are marked by arrows and scale bars indicate 200 μm in (a‑c) and 150 μm in (d‑f), respectively