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From: Prostate-specific IL-6 transgene autonomously induce prostate neoplasm through amplifying inflammation in the prostate and peri-prostatic adipose tissue

Fig. 2

Expression of neoplasm related markers in the prostate of pbIL-6 mice and WT littermates. a Immunohistochemistry staining of panel of neoplasm related markers. bf Relative expression levels of neoplasm related markers assessed by quantitative RT-PCR. Data shown were representative images and expression data of prostates from 24-week-old pbIL-6 mice and B6 WT littermates. AR androgen receptor

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