Figure 3 : C. albicans induced MCETs in a time-dependent manner.

From: Opportunistic pathogen Candida albicans elicits a temporal response in primary human mast cells

Figure 3

Mast cells were infected for 6 h with C. albicans with an MOI 0.1 (A) or left uninfected (B). Shown are representative micrographs of indirect immunofluorescence from fixed and permeabilized samples with DNA (blue), mast cell tryptase (green) as well as C. albicans (red) stained samples. MCETs were identified by co-localization of extracellular laminar DNA with tryptase immunostaining (arrows). Scale bars, 10 μm.