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Fig. 7

From: FTH promotes the proliferation and renders the HCC cells specifically resist to ferroptosis by maintaining iron homeostasis

Fig. 7

Over-expression of FTH promotes the growth of tumor xenograft in vivo. The tumor volume A and body weight B were detected every 2 days when tumors reached 80–100 mm3. C H&E and IHC staining for FTH, PCNA and c-Caspase-3 were applied in the indicated tumor tissue. D The IHC of PCNA and FTH was scored by relative integrated optical density (IOD) value and presented as histograms. (F-G) The relative GSH and MDA levels of indicated tumor tissues were measured by commercial kits, respectively. (Values are represented as mean ± SD. P < 0.05, P < 0.01 versus indicated groups)

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