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Figure 3: (a) Transmission electron micrograph of normal gingival epithelium showing intact desmosomes (D) with intact nucleus (N) and nucleolus placed in center (Nu) and mitochondria (M) present adjacent to nucleus (×700). (b) Transmission electron micrograph of normal gingival epithelium showing intact nucleus with dispersed chromatin (Ch) and numerous mitochondria (M) (×80,000)

Figure 3: (a) Transmission electron micrograph of normal gingival epithelium showing intact desmosomes (D) with intact nucleus (N) and nucleolus placed in center (Nu) and mitochondria (M) present adjacent to nucleus (×700). (b) Transmission electron micrograph of normal gingival epithelium showing intact nucleus with dispersed chromatin (Ch) and numerous mitochondria (M) (×80,000)