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The soluble fractalkine release after exposure to light.

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posted on 20.02.2013, 06:20 authored by Meng Zhang, Gezhi Xu, Wei Liu, Yingqin Ni, Wenting Zhou

ELISA analysis revealed that the levels of soluble fractalkine were increased in the 661W control group and the 661W+MG co-culture group. The difference between them is not statistically significant at 6-hour and 12-hour time points. At other time points, the release of soluble fractalkine in the 661W control group was less than that of the co-culture group due to the further degeneration of remaining photoreceptors caused by activated microglia.