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From: Clinical significance of gelsolin-like actin-capping protein expression in oral carcinogenesis: an immunohistochemical study of premalignant and malignant lesions of the oral cavity

Figure 1

Representative results of immunohistochemical staining of CapG in normal tissues, OPLs, and primary OSCCs. A: Normal oral tissue exhibits negative CapG protein expression (original magnification × 100); B: CapG-positive case of OPL. The immunoreaction is enhanced in the spinous layer (original magnification × 100); C: CapG-positive case of OSCC (stage IV). Strong positive immunoreactivity for CapG is detected in the nuclear and cytoplasm (original magnification × 200); D: The same OSCC sample is immunostained in the absence of the primary antibody (original magnification × 200).

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