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  Indian J Med Microbiol
 

Figure 3: (A) Changes in morphology of HT-29 after FKC treatment for 48 h were detected by inverted phase contrast microscopy (400×). Cells became irregular, shrunken, and began to detach from the culture plate in a dose-dependent manner. (B) Changes in nuclear morphology of HT-29 cells were detected by the fluorescence microscope (400×). The arrows indicate the formation of chromatin fragmentation and apoptotic body.

Figure 3: (A) Changes in morphology of HT-29 after FKC treatment for 48 h were detected by inverted phase contrast microscopy (400×). Cells became irregular, shrunken, and began to detach from the culture plate in a dose-dependent manner. (B) Changes in nuclear morphology of HT-29 cells were detected by the fluorescence microscope (400×). The arrows indicate the formation of chromatin fragmentation and apoptotic body.