Journal of Ophthalmology / 2019 / Article / Fig 2

Research Article

Increasing Donor Endothelial Cell Pool by Culturing Cells from Discarded Pieces of Human Donor Corneas for Regenerative Treatments

Figure 2

Morphology of the endothelial cells on the corneal tissues using different staining methods. (a) ECD count in the central region was lower compared (scale: 100 μm) with (b) ECD in the periphery (scale: 250 μm). (c) Morphology in the center of the cornea (scale: 100 μm) compared with (d) that in its periphery (scale: 100 μm) was observed using alizarin red staining.

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