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Hepatobiliary Cell

Caption: In this low-magnification micrograph, normal liver architecture is disrupted by hepatocellular carcinoma, the most common type of liver cancer. Fibrotic late-stage cirrhosis is stained blue; tell-tale Mallory bodies (keratin filament proteins) are stained pink.

Credit: UC San Diego School of Medicine

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