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Fig. 3 | Journal of Neuroinflammation

Fig. 3

From: Crosstalk between macrophages and astrocytes affects proliferation, reactive phenotype and inflammatory response, suggesting a role during reactive gliosis following spinal cord injury

Fig. 3

Effects of macrophage soluble factors on primary astrocytes. a Primary astrocytes incubated with control or macrophage-conditioned medium show high levels of cell division as seen by EdU incorporation. b Quantification of number of EdU+ cells shows a significantly higher percentage of cell division in M1- but not M2-stimulated cells at all time points. c MTT assays on macrophage-stimulated astrocytes again show a proliferative effect of M1-, but not M2-, conditioned medium

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