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Immunohistochemical detection of Caspase-3 (upper panel) and Ki67 (bottom panel)
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A549 cell culture with sterile-filtrated placenta-conditioned medium (A, B and C) or RPMI (D).
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Immunohistochemical detection of Ki67 on cytospin fixed A549 cells after incubation with sterile-filtrated placenta-conditioned medium
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Histopathological characteristics of pulmonary malignant melanoma: The tumor cells located under bronchial mucosa, and was composed of malignant epithelioid tumor cells with large amounts of acidophilic cytoplasm and prominent nuclei
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Immunohistochemical features of pulmonary malignant melanoma: The results of immunohistochemical staining demonstrated the tumor cells were positive for pan- Melanoma (Figure 2A, ×200), HMB45 (Figure 2B, ×200), S-100 protein (Figure 2C, ×200), and Vimentin (Figure 2D, ×200)
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