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Figure 2: (a) A photomicrograph of control animals revealed transverse sections in the colon lined with mucosa is formed of crypts with lining simple columnar epithelium with goblet cells (H and E, ×100). (b) A photomicrograph of dimethylhydrazine treated group animals revealed transverse section in the colon showing D, dysplastic changes in some crypts, L, lymphoid aggregate is observed with mono nuclear cells mostly lymphocytes (H and E, ×400). (c) A photomicrograph of curcumin treated animals revealed transverse section in the colon appeared more or less similar to those of control, however some crypts exhibit hyperchromasia (H) (H and E, ×100). (d) A photomicrograph of curcumin-nanoparticle-treated animals revealed transverse section in the colon appeared more or less similar to those of control with intact muscularis mucosa (MM), however many crypts exhibit hyperchromasia (H) (H and E, ×100). H and E, hematoxylin and eosin.

Figure 2: (a) A photomicrograph of control animals revealed transverse sections in the colon lined with mucosa is formed of crypts with lining simple columnar epithelium with goblet cells (H and E, ×100). (b) A photomicrograph of dimethylhydrazine treated group animals revealed transverse section in the colon showing D, dysplastic changes in some crypts, L, lymphoid aggregate is observed with mono nuclear cells mostly lymphocytes (H and E, ×400). (c) A photomicrograph of curcumin treated animals revealed transverse section in the colon appeared more or less similar to those of control, however some crypts exhibit hyperchromasia (H) (H and E, ×100). (d) A photomicrograph of curcumin-nanoparticle-treated animals revealed transverse section in the colon appeared more or less similar to those of control with intact muscularis mucosa (MM), however many crypts exhibit hyperchromasia (H) (H and E, ×100). H and E, hematoxylin and eosin.