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Figure 1: Brain infarct and neurological deficits. (a) TTC images of brain infarct after ischemia with or without reperfusion at 24 h. (b) Quantification of the TTC images showed increasing infarct volumes. Compared to the permanent ischemia group, the 2-h and 4-h ischemia groups had slightly decreased infarct volumes. There were no significant variations in neurological deficits measured by the 5-point (c) and 12-point (d) scoring systems in these ischemia groups. TTC: triphenyltetrazolium chloride

Figure 1: Brain infarct and neurological deficits. (a) TTC images of brain infarct after ischemia with or without reperfusion at 24 h. (b) Quantification of the TTC images showed increasing infarct volumes. Compared to the permanent ischemia group, the 2-h and 4-h ischemia groups had slightly decreased infarct volumes. There were no significant variations in neurological deficits measured by the 5-point (c) and 12-point (d) scoring systems in these ischemia groups. TTC: triphenyltetrazolium chloride