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From: Chimeric cells of maternal origin do not appear to be pathogenic in the juvenile idiopathic inflammatory myopathies or muscular dystrophy

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Representative microchimeric cells that are expressing an immunophenotype in the muscle of patients with muscular dystrophy and juvenile idiopathic inflammatory myopathies. Examples of microchimeric cells that express a phenotype are depicted, the left panel in each pair is the phenotype and the right panel is the corresponding FISH result for that cell. JIIM juvenile idiopathic inflammatory myopathy, MD muscular dystrophy, V vessel. Star denotes the phenotype-positive cell (green) and the arrows indicate the XX probes (red) within that phenotyped cell

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