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Additional file 6: Figure S1. of Late prenatal immune activation causes hippocampal deficits in the absence of persistent inflammation across aging

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posted on 2015-11-25, 05:00 authored by Sandra Giovanoli, Tina Notter, Juliet Richetto, Marie Labouesse, Stéphanie Vuillermot, Marco Riva, Urs Meyer
Plasma cytokine levels in a behaviorally naïve cohort of adult and aged offspring exposed to prenatal immune activation or control treatment. The graphs depict plasma levels (pg/ml) of IL-1β, IL-6, and TNF-α in adult and aged offspring born to poly(I:C)-exposed (POL) and control (CON) mothers. + P < 0.05, reflecting the general increase in IL-1β plasma levels in aged offspring relative to adult offspring, based on post hoc analysis following the presence of a significant main effect of age (F (1,44) = 4.99, P < 0.05). N(CON-adult) = 13, N(POL-adult) = 12, N(CON-aged) = 13, and N(POL-aged) = 10; all values are means ± s.e.m. (DOCX 352 kb)


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