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Fig. 5 | BMC Neuroscience

Fig. 5

From: Involvement of brain-derived neurotrophic factor (BDNF) in chronic intermittent stress-induced enhanced mechanical allodynia in a rat model of burn pain

Fig. 5

Effect of CIS on PFC and hypothalamic TrkB and p-TrkB protein levels in uninjured rats. CIS exposure had no significant effect on right and left sides TrkB and p-TrkB levels within and between NS and S groups in the PFC (a, b) and hypothalamus (c, d). TrkB and p-TrkB protein level in the right and left sides of PFC and hypothalamus are shown by Simple Western blot representative image (above quantification graphs of ad). Neither right nor left PFC nor hypothalamic TrkB or p-TrkB levels changed following CIS exposure (ad). NS non-stress, S stress. n = 5/group. Data is presented as mean ± SEM

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