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Figure 7 | Diabetology & Metabolic Syndrome

Figure 7

From: The effect of a novel curcumin derivative on pancreatic islet regeneration in experimental type-1 diabetes in rats (long term study)

Figure 7

Micrographs of diabetic rat pancreas (fed NCD) stained with after 3 months from the onset of diabetes. (A) &(B) Rat pancreas stained with H&E showed more developed pancreatic tissue with evidence of small sized islets of Langerhan (X100 and X1000, respectively) (C) Collections of primitive cells in nearby adipose tissue and more abundant lipoblasts (X1000). (D) (X200) &(E) (X400) Diabetic rat pancreas stained with insulin antibody showed positive insulin producing cells in islets. (F) More large insulin positive cells in the cell collections in the adipose tissue (X1000) (G) Diabetic rat pancreas stained with CD 105 antibody showed more positive cells in the adipose tissue mostly adjacent to pancreatic tissue (X1000) and (H) no evidence of CD 105 positive cells in the pancreatic tissue (X400).

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