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Figure 2: Odontogenic epithelium and ghost cells stained with Masson Fontana for melanin pigmentation. Melanin pigments are detected within the epithelial cells, in the ghost cells and also lie freely within the extracellular connective tissue. (Masson Fontana stain, ×400)

Figure 2: Odontogenic epithelium and ghost cells stained with Masson Fontana for melanin pigmentation. Melanin pigments are detected within the epithelial cells, in the ghost cells and also lie freely within the extracellular connective tissue. (Masson Fontana stain, ×400)