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Fig. 3 | BMC Cancer

Fig. 3

From: Stromal alterations in ovarian cancers via wavelength dependent Second Harmonic Generation microscopy and optical scattering

Fig. 3

Extracted FSHG/BSHG emission directionality and SHG conversion efficiencies of the ovarian tissues obtained via Monte Carlo simulations. a Wavelength dependent FSHG/BSHG emission directionality response from 780 to 1160 nm (excitation wavelengths) and b Average FSHG/BSHG emission directionality at 988 nm, where best delineation between the tissues was obtained; p values showing significant differences are indicated. c Wavelength dependent SHG conversion efficiency response from 780 to 1070 nm excitation wavelengths. d Relative conversion efficiencies at 988 nm, where best delineation between tissues was obtained; p values showing significant differences are indicated. All curves are the average response from normal n = 4; benign n = 4, endometrioid n = 3; LGS n = 4; and HGS n = 3. Error bars are standard error

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