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From: Cyclosporin A increases recovery after spinal cord injury but does not improve myelination by oligodendrocyte progenitor cell transplantation

Figure 4

Activation of microglia and/or macrophages derived from infiltrating monocytes in the injured spinal cords. Two weeks after cell transplantation, immunofluorescence labeling showed the activated microglia and/or macrophages derived from infiltrating monocytes (CD68+) in injured spinal cords. A~D: Representative pictures show CD68+ cells in the vehicle (A), CsA (B), GFP-OPC transplantation with vehicle (C) or with CsA (D) groups. E: The statistical results. Data are given as means ± SD, n = 6, ** p < 0.01 (ANOVA). Scale bar 20 μm.

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