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A)Foetal stomach with Tβ4-immunoreactive granules shown by arrow. Arrow head show the Tβ4 granular deposits located in the mucous of the gastric surface.

B)Stomach of adult with intense reactivity for Tβ4 (arrow)


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  1. <pubmed>20161756</pubmed>


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--Mark Hill (talk) 10:21, 7 November 2014 (EST) Assessment - Figure relates to project topic contains reference and copyright. Why was the student template not used here? Minor, formatting is very poor. If Thymosin Beta 4 was to be included in current research it should at least explain the function of the protein in the associated information or on the project page.

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