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Research Article

Implantable Thermal Therapeutic Device with Precise Temperature Control Enabled by Foldable Electronics and Heat-Insulating Pads

Figure 3

In vivo experiment of thermal ablation for antitumor. (a) Photo of the ITTD implanted in a tumor-bearing mouse. (b) Thermal images of the mouse skin in the treatment groups of the PDMS group (left), G-PDMS group (middle), and G-HGM group (right) during ablation. (c) Temperature curves measured by the top and in situ temperature sensors in the treatment groups. (d) Tumor volume curves of different groups (). (e) Tumor weight of different groups () by day 16. (f) H&E staining images of the tumor tissues in different groups. (g) TUNEL and DAPI staining images of the tumor tissues in different groups. Blue: the fluorescence of DAPI; green: the fluorescence of TUNEL.