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Fig. 3. Histological analysis of wild-type and transgenic skin. Dorsal skin from wild-type (A) and transgenic mice (B) was removed, fixed in 4% paraformaldehyde, and processed for paraffin embedding. Tissue sections were stained with H&E and photographed at x400.





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