Immunofluorescent LM of squamous carcinoma cells

Immunofluorescent LM of squamous carcinoma cells

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Caption: Skin cancer. Immunofluorescent Light Micrograph of squamous carcinoma cells, cultured from a tumour. This highly malignant cancer arises in epithelium: typically of the skin. There are two cells in the metaphase stage of mitosis or cell division in this field, and these appear as bright yellow and blue regions. DNA and nuclei stain blue and tubulin, a structural protein, is green. Squamous cell carcinoma may be caused by high exposure to the sunlight. It is common in pale-skinned people over age 60. Immunofluorescence is a technique which uses antibodies to attach fluorescent dyes to specific tissues and molecules within the cell. Magnification: x320 at 6x4.5cm size. x187 at 35mm

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