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Figure 3 | BMC Cancer

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From: NQO1 overexpression is associated with poor prognosis in squamous cell carcinoma of the uterine cervix

Figure 3

NQO1 protein expression in cervical lesions using IHC. (A) NQO1 protein was negative in normal cervical epithelia. (B) NQO1 protein staining was positive in dysplastic cells of CIN-3, but negative in adjacent normal cervical glands (arrows). (C) NQO1 protein showed diffuse and strong cytoplasmic-positive staining in late-stage cervical SCC. (D) NQO1 was weakly positive in early-stage cervical SCC. (E) NQO1 protein was negative in cervical SCC without metastasis. (F) This case of SCC showed a rare nuclear staining pattern.

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