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Fig. 15 | Acta Neuropathologica Communications

Fig. 15

From: Low-level blast exposure disrupts gliovascular and neurovascular connections and induces a chronic vascular pathology in rat brain

Fig. 15

GFAP and NFH levels in blast injured vascular fractions recover with time following blast injury. Brain vascular fractions were isolated from five control and five blast-exposed rats 8 months after the last blast exposure. The figure shows immunoblotting for GFAP and NFH followed by reprobing for GAPDH. All lanes were loaded with 10 μg of protein and contain protein from individual animals. Quantification with expression normalized to GAPDH is shown on the right. No significant differences were observed between blast-exposed and control animals

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