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  Indian J Med Microbiol
 

Figure 4 Sections of the kidney of a (a) control rat shows the normal distribution of protein inclusions in the renal corpuscles and tubules, (b) a rat on a daily, oral dose of staph bacteria shows that the proteinic inclusions display faint blue staining in the glomerulus and exhibit diffused staining in most of the tubules; (c) rat on a daily, oral dose of Salmonella bacteria shows the proteinic inclusions with diminution and acquiring pale staining in the renal tubules and glomeruli, (d) rat given a single dose of Escherichia coli bacteria shows the distribution of the proteinic inclusions that display marked decrease in the cells of the renal tubules; many cells appeared almost unstained (bromophenol blue reaction, scale bar 20 μm).

Figure 4 Sections of the kidney of a (a) control rat shows the normal distribution of protein inclusions in the renal corpuscles and tubules, (b) a rat on a daily, oral dose of staph bacteria shows that the proteinic inclusions display faint blue staining in the glomerulus and exhibit diffused staining in most of the tubules; (c) rat on a daily, oral dose of <i>Salmonella</i> bacteria shows the proteinic inclusions with diminution and acquiring pale staining in the renal tubules and glomeruli, (d) rat given a single dose of <i>Escherichia coli</i> bacteria shows the distribution of the proteinic inclusions that display marked decrease in the cells of the renal tubules; many cells appeared almost unstained (bromophenol blue reaction, scale bar 20 μm).