American Journal of Surgical Pathology:
Ben Vainer, M.D., Ole Haagen Nielsen, M.D., D.M.Sc., and Thomas Horn, M.D., D.M.Sc.
[lsqb]Article appeared in The American Journal of Surgical Pathology 2000;24(8)[colon]1115[ndash]1124[rsqb]
Incorrect figure legends for Figures 2 and 3 appeared in the above article. The figure legends on pages 1119 and 1120 should read as follows[colon]
FIG. 2. Photomicrographs showing immunohistochemical staining for CD11c ([agr]X integrin) and CD18 ([bgr]2 integrin) using the indirect alkaline phosphatase antialkaline phosphatase method. (A[ndash]C) CD11c staining for controls (A), ulcerative colitis (B), and Crohn's disease (C). (D and E) CD18 staining for controls (D) and ulcerative colitis (E). CD18 staining was observed on lateral membranes of epithelial cells (F) and in collagen-rich areas (G).
FIG. 3. Photomicrographs illustrating immunohistochemical stainings of colonic tissue using the indirect alkaline phosphatase antialkaline phosphatase technique. (A[ndash]C) Intercellular adhesion molecule-1 (ICAM-1) staining for controls (A), ulcerative colitis (B), and Crohn's disease (C). (D) ICAM-2 stained leukocytes in a Crohn's disease section. (E and F) ICAM-3 staining in controls (E) and ulcerative colitis (F). (G) Platelet-endothelial cell adhesion molecule-1 staining in ulcerative colitis.