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Fig. 3 | Inflammation and Regeneration

Fig. 3

From: The pathophysiological role of acute inflammation after spinal cord injury

Fig. 3

Three subsets of CD45+CD11b+ infiltrating cells and their each phenotype. Injured mice spinal cords (Th9 contusion injury, 70 kdyn) were harvested at 4 days after injury and subjected to a flow cytometric analysis. Ly6C+Ly6G, Ly6CLy6G+, and Ly6CLy6G fractions were analyzed by quantitative RT-PCR. *p < 0.05 using a Kruskal–Wallis H test, with Bonferroni’s post hoc correction. Data were quoted from [38]

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