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Figure 5 | Experimental & Translational Stroke Medicine

Figure 5

From: Isolation of inflammatory cells from rat brain tissue after stroke

Figure 5

Exemplary downstream analysis of immune cell subpopulations at day 1 (M1) and 4 (M4) after stroke. At M1, isolated immune cell suspensions contain mainly CD11b-positive/CD45intermediate and CD45high myeloid cells (circle) whereas proportionally more CD11b-negative/CD45high non-myeloid cells infiltrate the ischemic brain at M4 (rectangular). These non-myeloid cells can be further differentiated into CD3-positive T-cells (arrow) and CD3-negative cells (B-cells and other lymphoid cells; arrowhead).

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