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  Indian J Med Microbiol
 

Figure 10: (a) Representative histology images of breast tissue and (b) the corresponding optical path length (OPL) maps of cell nuclei are shown from normal, uninvolved (i.e., histologically normal cells adjacent to tumor) and malignant cells. (c) By analyzing approximately 30-40 cell nuclei per group, the average optical path length of normal, uninvolved and malignant cell nuclei are significantly increased, when compared to the normal cell nuclei (t-test, two-sided P-value < 0.001)

Figure 10: (a) Representative histology images of breast tissue and (b) the corresponding optical path length (OPL) maps of cell nuclei are shown from normal, uninvolved (i.e., histologically normal cells adjacent to tumor) and malignant cells. (c) By analyzing approximately 30-40 cell nuclei per group, the average optical path length of normal, uninvolved and malignant cell nuclei are significantly increased, when compared to the normal cell nuclei (t-test, two-sided <i>P</i>-value < 0.001)