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Mouse Tongue, Histological Stain

Histological examination is a technique used to examine specimen features in a thorough, specific manner. Structures under histological veiw are easily identifiable and differences and abnormalities can easily be noted. This image was uploaded not to highlight any aspect of taste or tongue development, yet to give an example of contempory techniques used in research.

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Fig 2 Histological findings of tongue in mice treated with 4NQO during 16 weeks. a Normal tongue with no histopathological changes 24 weeks after starting the experiment. b Mild dysplasia after 24 weeks. c Moderate dysplasia after 28 weeks. d Severe dysplasia after 28 weeks. e Invasive squamous cell carcinoma after 32 weeks. Original magnification ×10 by Schoop, Remilio A. L.; Noteborn, Mathieu H. M.; Baatenburg de Jong, Robert J. Journal: Journal of Molecular Histology Vol. 40 Issue 3 DOI: 10.1007/s10735-009-9228-z Published: 2009-10-27 Institution(s): Leiden University Medical Center, Leiden University, Erasmus Medical Center

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