Our immunocytochemical images continue to be used in books, journals and news articles, usually without any attribution, since we did not bother to copyright or watermark any of them. Many have been sent freely to our OEM partners and in some cases to Wikipedia. Scroll down in this very recent high profile on line article entitled "An Inflammatory Theory of Brain Disease" to see one of our images. The article is an interesting PBS NOVA write up of some progress (and also lack thereof) in the search for effective therapies to treat human brain diseases. The image in the article is of our mixed neural cells grown in tissue culture stained with our microglial cell marker Coronin 1a in green and the neuronal marker α-internexin in red. This particular image was in fact provided to Wikipedia Commons for unfettered use as shown here.