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Figure 1: Immunohistochemistry of Vitamin D receptor in the lung. (a) Mice were treated with the only 2nd-line anti-tuberculosis drugs, immunoreactive VDR is noticed in macrophage (the star), activated lymphocyte (the red arrow) (b) mice were treated with the drugs in combination with the Vitamin D3. The number of Vitamin D receptor immunoreactive cells was increased by supplementation of Vitamin D (immunohistochemistry, ×1000)

Figure 1: Immunohistochemistry of Vitamin D receptor in the lung. (a) Mice were treated with the only 2<sup>nd</sup>-line anti-tuberculosis drugs, immunoreactive VDR is noticed in macrophage (the star), activated lymphocyte (the red arrow) (b) mice were treated with the drugs in combination with the Vitamin D3. The number of Vitamin D receptor immunoreactive cells was increased by supplementation of Vitamin D (immunohistochemistry, ×1000)