BioMed Research International / 2015 / Article / Fig 1

Research Article

Secretome Identifies Tenascin-X as a Potent Marker of Ovarian Cancer

Figure 1

Expression of tenascin-X in ovarian healthy and cancerous tissue samples. (a) Hematoxylin eosin (HE) staining of ovarian cancer tissue. (b) Representative immunostaining of ovarian cancer tissue. (c) HE staining of ovarian tissue. (d) Representative immunostaining of healthy ovarian tissue. The magnification used is ×200. Square zones are enlarged 2-fold (resulting in magnification ×400). (e) Control of immunostaining. (f) The graph shows the score of staining intensity established by two experts with two different tenascin-X antibodies (in black: H-90, in grey: AF6999).   value < 0.001; AU: arbitrary unit.
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