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Fig. 1 | Acta Neuropathologica Communications

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From: DNA repair deficiency and senescence in concussed professional athletes involved in contact sports

Fig. 1

γH2AX reactivity in various cell types in cases with mTBI history. DNA damage is evident in peri-neuronal glial cells (a), ependymal and subependymal cells (b), oligodendrocytes of the white matter (c), and sub-pial astrocytes (d). In a, the inset shows a high power view of γH2AX-positive peri-neuronal glial cells. In b, the inset shows a healthy control case with no γH2AX reactivity in the ependymal lining for comparison. Scale bar represents 120 μm

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