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Figure 3 | Reproductive Biology and Endocrinology

Figure 3

From: Subcellular localization of L-selectin ligand in the endometrium implies a novel function for pinopodes in endometrial receptivity

Figure 3

Immunofluorescent images of L-Selectin ligand. Human endometrial biopsies obtained from midluteal phase of a normal menstrual cycle. Red colour showed L-Selectin ligand positive fluorescent (A) Blue colour demonstrated nucleus staining by DAPI (B), negative control (C). Scale bar=50μm and representative for Figures A-C. A-C is representative photos of 5 tissues.

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