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From: The effectiveness of traditional Japanese medicine Goshajinkigan in irradiation-induced aspermatogenesis in mice

Fig. 3

After irradiation and TJ107 treatment shows proliferating cells in the testes. Samples were assessed at day 120 for each group. Immunohistological detection of Ki67 staining in testicular sections in Group A a, Group B b, Group C c, and Group D d. Ki67-positive nuclei of proliferating spermatogonia are indicated by dark brown spots, which were detected in almost all seminiferous tubules of the Group A a, Group B b, and Group D d on day 120. In the Group C c few seminiferous tubules with Ki67-positive cells were sporadically observed. Bar = 100 μm. e Expression of Ki67 mRNA in the mouse testes of each group at 120 days. Calculation of Relative mRNA intensity was done, and the expression in the control group for each point was set to 1. The data are presented as mean ± standard deviation (n = 10). Asterisks indicate p < 0.05

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