BioMed Research International / 2016 / Article / Fig 3

Research Article

The Alteration of the Epidermal Basement Membrane Complex of Human Nevus Tissue and Keratinocyte Attachment after High Hydrostatic Pressurization

Figure 3

TEM micrographs of the dermoepidermal junction of the pressurized nevus. The closed arrowheads indicate the lamina densa in the basement membrane, which was observed in all specimens. The open arrowheads indicate the anchoring fibrils, which were observed in the control and 200 MPa groups but not in the 500 MPa or 1000 MPa groups. Scale bar = 2 μm.

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