Fig. 1: Images of CAML, CTC, and white blood cell. | npj Precision Oncology

Fig. 1: Images of CAML, CTC, and white blood cell.

From: Circulating stromal cells in resectable pancreatic cancer correlates to pathological stage and predicts for poor clinical outcomes

Fig. 1

ad CAMLs are enlarged cells with a polyploid nucleus (blue), diffuse Cytokeratin (green) and often CD45/CD14 positive (purple). eh CTCs are cells with nuclei(blue), filamented Cytokeratin (green), and are CD45/CD14 (purple) negative. White arrow highlights a normal white blood cell (DAPI and CD45/CD14 positive). Boxes = 75 µm.

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