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Figure 2 | Diagnostic Pathology

Figure 2

From: Accumulation of invariant NKT cells with increased IFN-γ production in persistent high-risk HPV-infected high-grade cervical intraepithelial neoplasia

Figure 2

The distribution of CD3+ T cells in HPV-positive cervical tissues is similar to that in HPV-negative cervical tissues, but significantly increased in CINIII cervical tissues. A, a1 and a2, IHC of CD3+ T cells in HPV-positive cervical tissues detected by CD3 staining (IHC 10× and 100×); b1 and b2, IHC of CD3+ T cells in HPV-negative cervical tissues detected by CD3 staining (IHC × 10 and × 100). B, The bar graph shows CD3+ T cells as percentages of cervical tissues isolated from the HPV-positive and HPV-negative groups (p = 0.528). C, a1 and a2, IHC of CD3+ T cells in CINIII cervical tissues detected by CD3 staining (IHC 10× and 100×); b1 and b2, IHC of CD3+ T cells in all other < CINIII cervical tissues detected by CD3 staining (IHC 10× and 100×). D, The bar graph shows CD3+ T cells as percentages of cervical tissues isolated from CINIII and all other < CINIII cervical tissues (*p = 0.001).

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