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Fig. 3 | Journal of Neuroinflammation

Fig. 3

From: Azithromycin drives alternative macrophage activation and improves recovery and tissue sparing in contusion spinal cord injury

Fig. 3

AZM treatment improves coordinated proprioceptive locomotor function in SCI mice. At 28 dpi, animals were tested on the gridwalk for proprioceptive coordination. ab Frame-by-frame video analysis was used to track hindlimb steps/footfalls (graphically represented as ovals). c AZM-treated animals had significantly less footfalls than vehicle (p = 0.05; scored over 30 rungs). d Graphical representation of the footfall/stepping patterns over 11 rungs for one animal from each group representative of the mean performance of each group (n = 6–7)

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