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Fig. 4 | Cancer Cell International

Fig. 4

From: The chimeric multi-domain proteins mediating specific DNA transfer for hepatocellular carcinoma treatment

Fig. 4

AO/EB staining result of different treated HepG-2 cells (×40). TG/pUAS-Apoptin, TNG/pUAS-Apoptin and lipidosome/pUAS-Apoptin transfected cells exhibited a red color in the nucleus, indicating that these cells had lost membrane integrity and dead. Conversely, the G/pUAS-Apoptin and NG/pUAS-Apoptin transfected cells showed a green color in the core, indicating that these cells were alive. a G; b NG; c TG; d TNG; e liposome; f G/pUAS-Apoptin; g NG/pUAS-Apoptin; h TG/pUAS-Apoptin; i TNG/pUAS-Apoptin; j liposome/pUAS-Apoptin

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