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Additional file 2: Figure S2. of GlyCAM1 negatively regulates monocyte entry into the optic nerve head and contributes to radiation-based protection in glaucoma

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posted on 2017-04-26, 05:00 authored by Pete Williams, Catherine Braine, Nicole Foxworth, Kelly Cochran, Simon John
D2.Glycam1 −/− mice have normal retinal ganglion cell numbers. To rule out major developmental abnormalities in the D2.Glycam1 −/− eyes, the eyes from 3 months D2.Glycam1 −/− and age-matched wild-type controls (n = 4/group) were flatmounted and stained for RBPMS (a specific marker of retinal ganglion cells). There was no significant difference in retinal ganglion cell number between the D2.Glycam1 −/− eyes and controls (P > 0.05, Student’s t test) (a). Examples shown in b. ns = non-significant, scale bar = 20 μm.

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