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Fig. 4 | Reproductive Biology and Endocrinology

Fig. 4

From: Chronic endometritis modifies decidualization in human endometrial stromal cells

Fig. 4

IHC staining for ERα, ERβ, PRA, and PRB in non-CE and CE patients. a ERα immunoreactivity in the non-CE group. b ERα immunoreactivity in the CE group. c ERβ staining in the non-CE group. d ERβ immunoreactivity in the CE group. e PRA immunoreactivity in the non-CE group. f PRA staining in the CE group. g PRB immunoreactivity in the non-CE group. h, PRB immunoreactivity in the CE group. N-Str, C-Str, N-Epi, and C-Epi mean stromal cells in the non-CE group, stromal cells in the CE group, epithelial cells in the non-CE group, and epithelial cells in the CE group, respectively. i The H-Score for ERα. The H-Score shows that ERα in stromal cells is higher in the CE group than in the non-CE group (P < 0.005), and the expression is higher in glandular cells of the CE group than of the non-CE group (P < 0.05). j The H-Score for ERβ. The H-Score shows that ERβ in stromal cells in the CE group is higher than in the non-CE group (P < 0.05), and the expression is higher in glandular cells of the CE group than of the non-CE group (P < 0.01). k The H-Score for PRA. The H-Score demonstrates that PRA in stromal cells is higher in the CE group than in the non-CE group (P < 0.01), but the expression is not significantly different in glandular cells of the non-CE and CE groups. l The H-Score for PRB. The H-Score shows that PRB in stromal cells in the CE group is much higher than in the non-CE group (P < 0.0001), but its expression level is similar in glandular cells of the non-CE and CE groups

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