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Figure 3 | BMC Gastroenterology

Figure 3

From: The roles of tumor necrosis factor-alpha in colon tight junction protein expression and intestinal mucosa structure in a mouse model of acute liver failure

Figure 3

Morphology and bacterial invasion of colon samples in the GalN/LPS-treated group. TJs through which bacterial invasion occurred (white color, B) were observed A: 2 h (×100,000), B: 6 h (×120,000), C: 9 h (×60,000), and D: 12 h (×80,000) after GalN/LPS administration respectively. The microvilli (M) were disrupted and the TJs through which bacterial invasion occurred were disrupted at 6 h(B), 9 h(C), and 12 h (D) after GalN/LPS administration. The TJs were disrupted or absent at 9 h(C) and 12 h (D) after GalN/LPS administration.

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