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Clinical Study

The Histological and Immunohistochemical Aspects of Bile Reflux in Patients with Gastroesophageal Reflux Disease

Table 5

Immunohistochemical study of the p53 expression in esophageal and gastric mucosa of GERD patients and HCs.

GERD ( )Healthy controls ( )
Grade of p53 staining(n)EsophagusStomachEsophagusStomach
BRI (+)
( )
BRI (−)
( )
BRI (+)
( )
BRI (−)
( )
BRI (+)
( )
BRI (−)
( )
BRI (+)
( )
BRI (−)
( )

015212126210211
1974232
2
31
4
5

According to the percentages of the stained epithelial cells, the immunohistological sections were scored and graded as follows: 0 = absence of staining, up to 5%, >5% , >10% , >25% , and >51%.

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