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Figure 5: Histopathological images of the wound tissues stained with Van Gieson’s stain to observe collagen content after 7 (A-B, 20×) and 14 days of treatment (C-D, 20×). A: The tissue section of the control group shows a small amount of collagen (CL) content. B: The group treated with Acanthus leucostachyus extracts shows a higher amount of collagen. C: The tissue section of the control group shows a low amount of collagen deposition. D: The group treated with Acanthus leucostachyus extracts shows a higher amount of collagen compared to the control. Scale bar: 100 μm.

Figure 5: Histopathological images of the wound tissues stained with Van Gieson’s stain to observe collagen content after 7 (A-B, 20×) and 14 days of treatment (C-D, 20×). A: The tissue section of the control group shows a small amount of collagen (CL) content. B: The group treated with <i>Acanthus leucostachyus</i> extracts shows a higher amount of collagen. C: The tissue section of the control group shows a low amount of collagen deposition. D: The group treated with <i>Acanthus leucostachyus</i> extracts shows a higher amount of collagen compared to the control. Scale bar: 100 μm.