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Figure 4. Immunohistochemistry of APC in ANT (adjacent normal tissues) gallbladder tissues (1), GSD (2), dysplasia (3) grades I (4), II (5), III GBC (6), and poorly differentiated adenocarcinoma (PDA). Negative control (NC) slide (8) is without primary antibody to check the non-specific stain in gallbladder tissue and positive controls were taken from eight different tissues. Arrow heads show the cells where cytoplasmic staining of antibody APC is observed (a=5X, b=10X and c=40X magnifications). Inset shown in (a) is magnified in (b), and inset shown in (b) is magnified in (c)

Figure 4. Immunohistochemistry of APC in ANT (adjacent normal tissues) gallbladder tissues (1), GSD (2), dysplasia (3) grades I (4), II (5), III GBC (6), and poorly differentiated adenocarcinoma (PDA). Negative control (NC) slide (8) is without primary antibody to check the non-specific stain in gallbladder tissue and positive controls were taken from eight different tissues. Arrow heads show the cells where cytoplasmic staining of antibody APC is observed (a=5X, b=10X and c=40X magnifications). Inset shown in (a) is magnified in (b), and inset shown in (b) is magnified in (c)