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posted on 2023-09-19, 03:21 authored by Chao Li, Shanyan Chen, Heather R. Siedhoff, DeAna Grant, Pei Liu, Ashley Balderrama, Marcus Jackson, Amitai Zuckerman, C. Michael Greenlief, Firas Kobeissy, Kevin W. Wang, Ralph G. DePalma, Ibolja Cernak, Jiankun Cui, Zezong Gu
Supplemental Fig. 2. Tissue and plasma levels of neurofilament light (Nf-L) in mouse brains post-LIB exposure. Quantification of Nf-L in brain tissue and plasma of sham controls and LIB-exposed mice at 1, 7 days and 3 months post injury. Nf-L levels in tissues (pg/µg) and in plasma (ng/ml) at 1 and 7 DPI and 3 months post-LIB are expressed mean ± SD; other data are expressed as median and interquartile range. *, p < 0.05 and **, p < 0.01. 24-hour tissue sham: n = 4, LIB: n = 6; 24-hour plasma sham: n = 5, LIB: n = 5; 7-day tissue sham: n = 10, LIB: n = 4; 7-day plasma sham: n = 3, LIB: n = 4; 3-month tissue sham: n = 6, LIB: n = 6; 3-month plasma sham: n = 5, LIB: n = 6.


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