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Figure 6: Nuclear factor-kappa B immunofluorescence. SKGT-4 cells were treated with deoxycholic acid (300 μM) for 2 h or incubated at pH 6.8 for 1 h, and cells were visualized by confocal microscopy. Unstimulated cells show no basal nuclear factor-kappa B stain in the nucleus and deoxycholic acid or acid exposure increased nuclear factor-kappa B stain in the nucleus. Green: Nuclear factor-kappa B staining, blue: Nuclei. Representative fields are shown (×40)

Figure 6: Nuclear factor-kappa B immunofluorescence. SKGT-4 cells were treated with deoxycholic acid (300 μM) for 2 h or incubated at pH 6.8 for 1 h, and cells were visualized by confocal microscopy. Unstimulated cells show no basal nuclear factor-kappa B stain in the nucleus and deoxycholic acid or acid exposure increased nuclear factor-kappa B stain in the nucleus. Green: Nuclear factor-kappa B staining, blue: Nuclei. Representative fields are shown (×40)