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Figure 2: Surface features. (A) and a section of back skin stained with hematoxylin-eosin. (B) Hairless mice were sensitized with 100μl of 1.2% TNCB over the entire back skin, and then 50μl/10g body weight of 1.5% TNCB solution or acetone/olive oil (3:1) (as a negative control) was repeatedly applied to the same site every second day, from day 0 to day 32. Vehicle (hydrophilic ointment) and royal jelly were applied daily from day 0 to day 33, whereas betamethasone was applied daily from day 12 to day 33. This photograph of the mice was taken on day 33. (a): acetone/olive oil (Nil); (b): TNCB-treated (Veh); (c): royal jelly (0.01%); (d): royal jelly (1%); (e): betamethasone valerate (0.01%)

Figure 2: Surface features. (A) and a section of back skin stained with hematoxylin-eosin. (B) Hairless mice were sensitized with 100μl of 1.2% TNCB over the entire back skin, and then 50μl/10g body weight of 1.5% TNCB solution or acetone/olive oil (3:1) (as a negative control) was repeatedly applied to the same site every second day, from day 0 to day 32. Vehicle (hydrophilic ointment) and royal jelly were applied daily from day 0 to day 33, whereas betamethasone was applied daily from day 12 to day 33. This photograph of the mice was taken on day 33. (a): acetone/olive oil (Nil); (b): TNCB-treated (Veh); (c): royal jelly (0.01%); (d): royal jelly (1%); (e): betamethasone valerate (0.01%)