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Figure 3: The histopathological changes in the oral tissue of experimental hamsters (H and E; ×40). (a and d) hamsters oral mucosal epithelium showed a normal cellular architecture with no signs of cell proliferation. (b) Hamsters showed well-differentiated squamous cell carcinogenesis. (c) Hamsters showed normal cellular architecture with mild-to-moderate hyperkeratosis and hyperplasia

Figure 3: The histopathological changes in the oral tissue of experimental hamsters (H and E; ×40). (a and d) hamsters oral mucosal epithelium showed a normal cellular architecture with no signs of cell proliferation. (b) Hamsters showed well-differentiated squamous cell carcinogenesis. (c) Hamsters showed normal cellular architecture with mild-to-moderate hyperkeratosis and hyperplasia