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From: LRRC4 functions as a neuron-protective role in experimental autoimmune encephalomyelitis

Fig. 2

LRRC4 deletion leads to exacerbated EAE progression. a Clinical scores of MOG-immunized WT and LRRC4−/− mice. Data represent the mean clinical scores of 10 mice per group ± SEM. b Body mass of WT and LRRC4−/− mice. Data represent the mean body mass of 10 mice per group ± SEM. c Histopathological analysis of neuroinflammation and demyelination in spinal cords of WT and LRRC4−/− mice 15 days after EAE induction. Sections were stained by the use of H&E staining, LFP staining and immumohistochemical staining with anti-IBA1 and -GFAP antibody. *p < 0.05, **p < 0.01

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