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Figure 1: A panel of representative cases of glomerular diseases (light microscopy with corresponding immunofluorescence and immunohistochemistry findings, respectively). Membranous nephropathy: (1a) H and E; (1b) immunoglobulin G IF; (1c) immunoglobulin G IHC. Acute proliferative glomerulonephritis: (2a) H and E; (2b) immunoglobulin G, IF; (2c) immunoglobulin G, IHC. Immunoglobulin A nephropathy: (3a) H and E; (3b) immunoglobulin A, IF; (3c) immunoglobulin A, IHC. Lupus nephritis: (4a) H and E; (4b) C3, IF; (4c) C3, IHC . Note that the pattern of deposits in immunohistochemistry sections is similar to that in immunofluorescence in each case (×200)

Figure 1: A panel of representative cases of glomerular diseases (light microscopy with corresponding immunofluorescence and immunohistochemistry findings, respectively). Membranous nephropathy: (1a) H and E; (1b) immunoglobulin G IF; (1c) immunoglobulin G IHC. Acute proliferative glomerulonephritis: (2a) H and E; (2b) immunoglobulin G, IF; (2c) immunoglobulin G, IHC. Immunoglobulin A nephropathy: (3a) H and E; (3b) immunoglobulin A, IF; (3c) immunoglobulin A, IHC. Lupus nephritis: (4a) H and E; (4b) C3, IF; (4c) C3, IHC . Note that the pattern of deposits in immunohistochemistry sections is similar to that in immunofluorescence in each case (×200)