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This image shows how controls are used for immunohistochemistry.

"Controls for CD68 immunohistochemistry were obtained from cryosections of the cochlea. Top: bone marrow cells congregated in cavities of the bony cochlear wall served as a positive control. Bottom: heavily pigmented cells in the connective tissue underneath vestibular dark cells (VDC) served as a negative control. Left: confocal immunohistochemistry of CD68. Right: corresponding bright field images. Scale bars represent 10 μm." - Sairam V Jabba,Alisha Oelke,Ruchira Singh,Rajanikanth J Maganti,Sherry Fleming,Susan M Wall,Lorraine A Everett,Eric D Green and Philine Wangemann, Macrophage invasion contributes to degeneration of stria vascularis in Pendred syndrome mouse model,BMC Medicine 2006, 4:37doi:10.1186/1741-7015-4-37 [1]

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