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Figure 1: A panel of photomicrographs depicting the technique of inversion of the immunofluorescence image: (a) the original IF image with capillary wall granular deposits of C3; (b) the same image after inversion; (c) the gray-scale mode of the inverted image; (d) magnified view of the image showing intramembranous deposits (arrows) along with sub-endothelial deposits (arrowhead).

Figure 1: A panel of photomicrographs depicting the technique of inversion of the immunofluorescence image: (a) the original IF image with capillary wall granular deposits of C3; (b) the same image after inversion; (c) the gray-scale mode of the inverted image; (d) magnified view of the image showing intramembranous deposits (arrows) along with sub-endothelial deposits (arrowhead).