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Figure 9 | Journal of Neuroinflammation

Figure 9

From: Delayed inflammatory mRNA and protein expression after spinal cord injury

Figure 9

The effect of DPI on inflammatory markers after spinal cord injury. Inflammatory markers were compared in Vehicle (left image) and DPI-treated (right image) spinal cord injured tissue at 28 days post-injury. DPI resulted in significant reductions in p22PHOX (red, A, B), progranulin (red, D, E) and galectin-3 (green, G, H) immunolabeling. DAPI-labeled nuclei are shown for contrast in G, H. Immunolabeling was quantified and graphs are shown (C, F, I). Western blotting for progranulin was performed at 28 days post-injury, and revealed a significant decrease in progranulin protein expression in the DPI treated group (J). Representative samples of the western blot are shown. Size bar = 500 μM. Bars represent mean +/- SEM; *p < 0.05.

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