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From: Serum tryptase, mast cells positive to tryptase and microvascular density evaluation in early breast cancer patients: possible translational significance

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Immunostaining of breast cancer sections with anti-tryptase and anti-CD34 antibodies. (A) Small arrows indicate a single red mast cell positive to tryptase. Big arrows indicate a single blood vessel with many red blood cells in their lumen. High MCDPT at x400 magnification (0.19 mm2 area). (B) Arrows indicate a single red positive microvessel immunostained with a primary anti CD-34 antibody. High MVD at x400 magnification (0.19 mm2 area). (C) Details of breast cancer section immunostained with a primary anti-tryptase antibody. Small arrows indicate a single red mast cell positive to tryptase, note the blue nucleus of mast cell. Big arrows indicate a single microvessel with a red blood cell in their lumen. X1000 magnification in oil. (D) Details of breast cancer section immunostained with a primary anti-CD-34 antibody. Small arrow indicates two red positive microvessels. Big arrow indicates a cluster of microvessels. X1000 magnification in oil.

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