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Figure 1: The uteroplacental bed at 39–40 weeks of gestation-endothelium-replacing invasive cytotrophoblast: Observation of physiological pregnancy (a, ×400) and pregnancy with iron deficiency anemia (b, ×400). Immunohistochemical technique with primary antibodies against placental lactogen using diaminobenzidine and nuclei staining with Mayer hematoxylin

Figure 1: The uteroplacental bed at 39–40 weeks of gestation-endothelium-replacing invasive cytotrophoblast: Observation of physiological pregnancy (a, ×400) and pregnancy with iron deficiency anemia (b, ×400). Immunohistochemical technique with primary antibodies against placental lactogen using diaminobenzidine and nuclei staining with Mayer hematoxylin