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Figure 4 | Molecular Pain

Figure 4

From: An LPA species (18:1 LPA) plays key roles in the self-amplification of spinal LPA production in the peripheral neuropathic pain model

Figure 4

Cell-type identification of activated cPLA 2 in spinal cord. (a-f) Immunohistochemical double labeling of p-cPLA2 (green) and NeuN (red) as well as p-cPLA2 (green) and Iba1 (red) in the spinal cord at 1 h after nerve injury. White arrows represent NeuN- or Iba1-co-localized p-cPLA2 signals. (g) Low magnification of double immunostaining with p-cPLA2 (green) and NeuN (red) in the spinal cord at 1 h after injury. (h) Diagram of Figure 4g. Red dots represent NeuN co-localized p-cPLA2 signals. Scale bar (including high and low magnifications), 50 μm.

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