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From: The presubiculum is preserved from neurodegenerative changes in Alzheimer’s disease

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Quantification of microglial immunohistochemistry in the presubiculum and entorhinal cortex. The overall numbers of microglia were similar in the two anatomical areas as shown by the Iba1. However the presubiculum had significantly less activated microglia, positive for CD68 and CR3–43, than the entorhinal cortex in both sporadic and familial AD cases. FAD; Familial Alzheimer’s disease: SAD; Sporadic Alzheimer’s disease. Bars represent medians with 95% confidence intervals. Wilcoxon paired rank test was performed in each case and p values are shown

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