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Electron micrographs of brain cells in uninjected and IT-injected (3 doses) I2S knockout mice.

By Pericles Calias (334957), Mikhail Papisov (334961), Jing Pan (95938), Nancy Savioli (334966), Vasily Belov (334968), Yan Huang (46805), Jason Lotterhand (334971), Mary Alessandrini (334973), Nan Liu (1630), Alan J. Fischman (334975), Jan L. Powell (334977) and Michael W. Heartlein (334978)


<p>Pathological improvements occurred at the ultrastructural level. (<b>A</b>) Neurons of uninjected mice had lamellated inclusions, zebra body-like structures and vacuoles containing granular storage material (insert), which was reduced in I2S injected mice (<b>B</b>). Oligodendrocytes of uninjected mice showed large electron-lucent storage vacuoles (arrow; <b>C</b>) while oligodendrocytes of I2S-injected mice had minimal vacuolation (<b>D</b>).</p

Topics: Cell Biology, Genetics, Molecular Biology, Neuroscience, Physiology, micrographs, cells, uninjected, it-injected, i2s, knockout
Year: 2013
DOI identifier: 10.1371/journal.pone.0030341.g007
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