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Fig. 1 | Cancer Cell International

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From: Diagnostic value comparison of CellDetect, fluorescent in situ hybridization (FISH), and cytology in urothelial carcinoma

Fig. 1

Urine smears stained by CellDetect. AB show microscopic features of negative case from non-UC patients. Nuclei of epithelial cells are stained in either green, blue or dark purple, and usually do not show hyperchromasia (with the exception of the pycnotic nuclei of superficial cells). The nuclear/cytoplasmic ratio is low as normal. The inflammatory cells are stained in purple (as arrow direct). And CF show UC cells exhibiting reddish-purple nuclei and the nuclear/cytoplasmic ratio is apparently high (as arrow direct). Cytoplasm is either transparent, pink or green. Magnification: ×40, HG high-grade, LG low-grade

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