Research Paper Volume 13, Issue 6 pp 9056—9070

Transplantation of olfactory ensheathing cells promotes the therapeutic effect of neural stem cells on spinal cord injury by inhibiting necrioptosis

(A) Morphological changes at one week after SCI. (a–j) HE staining in each group. Scale bars: a–c 100 μm, f–j 50 μm. (k–t) Nissl staining in each group. Scale bars: k–o 100 μm, p–t 50 μm; (B) Quantitative analysis showed that the number of neurons in the OEC+NSC group was significantly increased in comparison with that in the DMEM group or NSC group. (mean ± SEM; one-way ANOVA, post-hoc test: Dunn-Bonferroni; error bar: 95% CI; *P

Figure 4. (A) Morphological changes at one week after SCI. (aj) HE staining in each group. Scale bars: ac 100 μm, fj 50 μm. (kt) Nissl staining in each group. Scale bars: ko 100 μm, p–t 50 μm; (B) Quantitative analysis showed that the number of neurons in the OEC+NSC group was significantly increased in comparison with that in the DMEM group or NSC group. (mean ± SEM; one-way ANOVA, post-hoc test: Dunn-Bonferroni; error bar: 95% CI; *P<0.05, pairwise comparisons of other groups: P < 0.01).