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 Expression of CD14, CD68, and SLAM in multiple sclerosis (MS). Staining for (A, D) CD14, (B, E) SLAM, and (C) CD68 is shown in an active MS lesion. The sharply demarcated lesion edge is visible (arrow in A). (A, C, E) Numerous CD14+ and CD68+ cells were densely packed around the blood vessels. (C) CD68 expressing cells also infiltrated the parenchyma. (B, E) A few SLAM positive cells can be seen around the blood vessels, but they do not extend into the parenchyma. In all sections nuclei were counterstained with haematoxylin. Original magnification: ×100 (A); ×400 (B–E).

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