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Photomicrographs of histological sections of kidney and liver tissue.

The University of Western Australia
Milani, Diego ; Bakeberg, Megan Carol ; Cross, Jane Louise ; Clark, Vincent William ; Anderton, Ryan Scott ; Blacker, David James ; Knuckey, Neville W ; Meloni, Bruno
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Data from: Comparison of neuroprotective efficacy of poly-arginine R18 and R18D (D-enantiomer) peptides following permanent middle cerebral artery occlusion in the Wistar rat and in vitro toxicity studies.

Representative H & E stained 10 μm sections obtained from vehicle (saline), R18 or R18D (300 nmol/kg) treated animals approximately 24 hours after treatment administration. Magnification X400.

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Diego Milani (Creator); Vincent William Clark (Creator); Ryan Scott Anderton (Creator)

Issued: 2018-03-07

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