The H&E image, UHCA maps, and spectra of (a) cancerous tissue, (b) normal tissue, (c) fibroadenoma, and (d) inflammation.
(a) Comparison of the spectra from normal tissue (dashed line) and cancer tissue (solid) with inset showing close-up views of the collagen triplet and surrounding features. (b) Second derivative data of (a).
The results of the SAXS testing. This shows a comparison of the two-dimensional scattering pattern between (b) a normal breast sample, (c) a breast cancer sample, and (a) one collagen control (rat tail). (d) is a representation of the spacing vs the scatter intensity/area of the third axial peak and (e) represents the fifth axial peak. After viewing the H&E slides and basing overall sample composition on the one section, the samples are characterized as normal , mainly fat , cancer , or mucinous cancer .
Scatter plot combining elements from FTIR and SAXS data. The horizontal axis shows first derivative values at , depicting the shape of the collagen triplet. The vertical axis depicts the intensity of the fifth axial peak obtained from SAXS images. The samples are characterized as normal , mainly fat , cancer , or mucinous cancer .
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