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English: Figure 3. Laurel extract treatment attenuates leukocyte infiltration and morphological damage in colonic tissue from DSS-treated mice. Tissue samples (5 mm) were excised at the mid-point of the ascending colon from control (A, saline gavage only), DSS-treated (B) and DSS + LN-treated mice (C), fixed in Histochoice, embedded in paraffin and 5 µm sections prepared for routine H&E staining. Micrographs were taken at 100X and 200X magnification using bright field microscopy (Zeiss AxioSkop Microscope). Images were captured using SlideBook Image Acquisition software.
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