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 Indian J Med Microbiol  
 

Figure 1: Epithelium showing surface keratinization, hyperplasia with features of moderate dysplasia. Note the iNOS staining extending to the corneal layer. The staining was limited primarily to the cell membrane, sparing cytoplasm and nuclei (“chicken wire”). The nuclei showed vesiculation with dispersed chromatin clumping. The staining intensity was high. Note the positive staining of endothelial cells bordering vascular lumen at the lamina propria. (Magnifi cation X5)

Figure 1: Epithelium showing surface keratinization, hyperplasia with features of moderate dysplasia. Note the iNOS staining extending to the corneal layer. The staining was limited primarily to the cell membrane, sparing cytoplasm and nuclei (“chicken wire”). The nuclei showed vesiculation with dispersed chromatin clumping. The staining intensity was high. Note the positive staining of endothelial cells bordering vascular lumen at the lamina propria. (Magnifi cation X5)