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Figure 3: Immunohistochemical staining of T-cell subsets (CD4+ and CD8+). After immunohistochemical staining the labeled molecules are seen in brown: (a) a scabies mite infected skin biopsy stained with anti-CD4+ monoclonal antibody showing high proportion of CD4+ stained immunoreactive cells (×200). (b) A scabies mite infected skin biopsy stained with anti-CD8+ monoclonal antibody showing lower proportion of CD8+ stained immunoreactive cells (×200). (c) LP skin biopsy stained with anti-CD4+ monoclonal antibody showing high proportion of CD4+ stained immunoreactive cells (×200). (d) LP skin biopsy stained with anti-CD8+ monoclonal antibody showing lower proportion of CD8+ stained immunoreactive cells (×400). (e) A psoriasis plaque skin biopsy stained with anti-CD4+ monoclonal antibody showing lower proportion of CD4+-stained immunoreactive cells (×400). (f) A psoriasis plaque skin biopsy stained with anti- CD8+ monoclonal antibody showing high proportion of CD8+-st ained immunoreactive cells (×200).

Figure 3: Immunohistochemical staining of T-cell subsets (CD4+ and CD8+). After immunohistochemical staining the labeled molecules are seen in brown: (a) a scabies mite infected skin biopsy stained with anti-CD4+ monoclonal antibody showing high proportion of CD4+ stained immunoreactive cells (×200). (b) A scabies mite infected skin biopsy stained with anti-CD8+ monoclonal antibody showing lower proportion of CD8+ stained immunoreactive cells (×200). (c) LP skin biopsy stained with anti-CD4+ monoclonal antibody showing high proportion of CD4+ stained immunoreactive cells (×200). (d) LP skin biopsy stained with anti-CD8+ monoclonal antibody showing lower proportion of CD8+ stained immunoreactive cells (×400). (e) A psoriasis plaque skin biopsy stained with anti-CD4+ monoclonal antibody showing lower proportion of CD4+-stained immunoreactive cells (×400). (f) A psoriasis plaque skin biopsy stained with anti- CD8+ monoclonal antibody showing high proportion of CD8+-st ained immunoreactive cells (×200).