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    The image shows adoptively transferred B cells and visualized blood vessels in a mouse inguinal lymph node. A 60 *m z-projection was acquired with a 20× lens (Leica TCS SP5 microscope). The blood vessels were visualized by injection of quantum dot 705 (purple). The B-cell follicle was delineated by adoptively transferring B cells (blue) 18 hours prior to imaging. Recently, adoptively cotransferred nonstimulated (red) and LPS-stimulated (green) B cells reside in or near high endothelial venules, although some stimulated cells have entered the LN follicle. The HEVs are highlighted (light purple) using the surfaces function in the Surpass view of Imaris. See the article by Park et al on page 978.

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