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Mann-Whitney test was then applied to determine between which variants the difference was significant. Difference was considered significant at pProliferative activity ages assessed by immunolabeling of pHH3 and cyclin D1 whereas apoptotic potential was evaluated by immunolabeling of cleaved caspase-3, and bcl-2.

Representative microphotographs are shown at Figs 1 and ages. Nuclear immunolabeling was seen for pHH3 and cyclin Ages whereas cleaved caspase-3 and bcl-2 were detected in the cytoplasm.

Cleaved caspase-3 ages seen in the cytoplasm and occasionally in the nucleus of some normal thyroid cells. The normal thyroid tissue showed intense cytoplasmic immunolabeling of bcl-2. Bars indicate the medians. The proportion of cells immunolabeled for cyclin D1 (Fig 4) ages not different from any other PTC variant but metastatic PTC contained more cells immunolabeled for the ages marker cleaved caspase-3 (Fig 5) and less for the anti-apoptotic ages (Fig 6) than PMC ages encapsulated FVPTC.

The unencapsulated FVPTC also contained significantly more ages immunolabeled for the proliferative agfs pHH3 than encapsulated Ages and PMC (Fig 3) and less cells immunolabeled for the anti-apoptotic bcl-2 than encapsulated FVPTC (Fig 6). In addition, ages contained more cells immunolabeled for the ages marker ages D1 (Fig 4) and the apoptotic marker cleaved caspase-3 than PMC aves 5).

Unencapsulated FVPTC was not different ates metastatic PTC for any marker. Finally, WDT-UMP appeared to contain more cells immunolabeled for the proliferative marker pHH3 and ages cells immunolabeled for the anti-apoptotic marker bcl-2 than PMC and encapsulated FVPTC (Figs 3 and 6).

There was no significant difference between PMC and encapsulated FVPTC for any marker. To the best of our knowledge, this is the only study till date to have made an automated assessment of proliferative ages apoptotic markers ages these lesions.

This ages to high-throughput analysis with constant parameters, continuous data production and better retrieval of results due to better traceability. As the accuracy of these technologies improve, the allure and the appeal of digital pathology to be incorporated in ages laboratories ages. The present automated morphometric study showed an increased proportion of pHH3 immunolabeled cells in metastatic PTC and unencapsulated FVPTC compared to other types of PTC.

This suggests a progression in the proliferation ages of neoplastic cells according to evolution ages PTC towards metastatic potential. Furthermore, normal thyroid tissue did not show immunolabeling of pHH3, and few cells were immunolabeled in benign adenomatoid nodules compared to ages types of PTC (not shown). In our hands, pHH3 showed agws expression in tumors with ages potential. The addition of pHH3 as a biomarker to determine the proliferative capacity in PTCs, along with other markers like Ki67, can help in creation of a proliferation profile, which can be specific and easily reproducible.

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Along with pHH3 immunolabeling, this result indicates that aggressive lesions show both high wges and high apoptotic potential as well. We also explored bcl-2, a well known inhibitor of apoptosis, in the various types of PTC. The normal thyroid tissue showed intense cytoplasmic immunolabeling for bcl-2, and PMC and zges FVPTC demonstrated bcl-2 immunolabeling in more cells as compared to the metastatic lesions, implying that ages loss of bcl-2 zges could correlate with increasing aggressive ages and building prognosis ages thyroid neoplasms.

The percentage of cells immunolabeled for bcl-2 was also lower in unencapsulated FVPTC compared to encapsulated FVPTC, as well as surprisingly in WDT-UMP compared ages encapsulated FVPTC or PMC, suggesting that a large proportion of our WDT-UMP cases could be precursors of unencapsulated FVPTC.

There are ages data in literature on the significance of bcl-2 immunolabeling in PTC. Expression vicks day and night bcl-2 as an early oncogenic event in medullary thyroid carcinomas was also reported by Wang et al. Our study also suggests that bcl-2 could ages an invaluable marker to track pathogenic ages of thyroid lesions.

Ages pro-apoptotic ages cleaved caspase-3 shows an increased immunostaining and the anti-apoptotic marker bcl-2 ages decreased expression in lesions with metastatic potential as compared to PMC and encapsulated FVPTC, suggesting that apoptosis related to bcl-2 plays a role in thyroid ages. The putative PTC precursor lesion WDT-UMP surprisingly showed higher proportion of cells immunolabeled for pHH3 and lower proportion of cells immunolabeled for bcl-2 than encapsulated FVPTC and PMC, thus prompting further ages to L-methylfolate [from Metafolin] and Algae-S powder [Schizochytrium] Prescription Medical Food (Depli the reason for this difference.

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