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Nose - Pigment - Gallery

Image of pigment in the nose, respiratory epithelium from a female B6C3F1/N mouse in a subchronic study
Nose, Respiratory epithelium - Pigment in a female B6C3F1/N mouse from a subchronic study. The mucosa and lamina propria of the turbinate contain pigment deposits.
Image of pigment in the nose, respiratory epithelium from a female B6C3F1/N mouse in a subchronic study
Nose, Respiratory epithelium - Pigment in a female B6C3F1/N mouse from a subchronic study (same animal as in Figure 1). The pigment in the turbinate is positive by the Prussian blue method (i.e., iron).
Image of pigment in the nose, vomeronasal organ from a female B6C3F1/N mouse in a subchronic study
Nose, Vomeronasal organ - Pigment in a female B6C3F1/N mouse from a subchronic study. There is golden brown pigment in epithelial and glandular cells of the vomeronasal organ.
Image of pigment in the nose, vomeronasal organ from a female B6C3F1/N mouse in a subchronic study
Nose, Vomeronasal organ - Pigment in a female B6C3F1/N mouse from a subchronic study. The pigment in the vomeronasal organ is positive by the Prussian blue method (i.e., iron).
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