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Fig. 6 | Stem Cell Research & Therapy

Fig. 6

From: Combined intramuscular and intraspinal transplant of bone marrow cells improves neuromuscular function in the SOD1G93A mice

Fig. 6

Evaluation of motor outcomes after intraspinal and intramuscular BMC injection in SOD1G93A mice. a Electrophysiological evaluation of the compound muscle action potential (CMAP) in BMC-treated muscle (tibialis anterior) and non-treated muscle (Gastrocnemius medialis) in females (n = 8 SHAM SOD1G93A vs. 12 BMCs-treated SOD1G93A). b Evaluation of the locomotion by Rotarod test and c forced locomotion in the Digigait (n = 10 SHAM SOD1G93A vs. 12 BMC-treated SOD1G93A). d TA CMAP amplitude in male SOD1G93A mice after BMC treatment (n = 5 per group). e Evaluation of the maximum lifespan of SOD1G93A mice after combined intraspinal and intramuscular BMC injection (n = 16 SHAM SOD1G93A vs. 18 BMC-treated SOD1G93A). *p < 0.05 vs. SHAM SOD1G93A mice. Error bars indicate SEM

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