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Fig. 6 | BMC Cancer

Fig. 6

From: Fusion with stem cell makes the hepatocellular carcinoma cells similar to liver tumor-initiating cells

Fig. 6

Histological analysis of the in vivo tumor. The tumors were stained with hematoxylin-eosin (H&E). a Tumors (arrows) used for the histological studies, both group were injected with 1 × 106 cells. b The tumors were stained with H&E. Panels 1, 2 were used to stain tumors induced by 1 × 106 fused cell and panels 3, 4 were employed to stain tumors induced by the 1 × 106 HepG2 cells. c Tumor size detected six weeks after cell injection. In the same injection cell number 1 × 106, the tumor caused the faster growth of fused cells than the tumor caused by HepG2

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