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From: Chronic ethanol exposure increases microtubule content in PC12 cells

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Chronic ethanol exposure increases microtubule content in PC12 cells. Chronic ethanol exposure (100 mM for 96 hours) significantly decreases free tubulin content (A) and significantly increases microtubule-associated tubulin content (B) in PC12 cells. The graphs in A and B represent the combined results of five independent replications (n = 10) of the same experiment (Three of these experiments are from wild type PC12 cells; two are from control vector transfected PC12 cells. We found no significant differences between these two cells types). Data are the mean +/- SEM. Asterisks represent significant differences from corresponding control (p < 0.001). Figure C is a representative Western Blot from one replication.

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