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From: Protocatechuic aldehyde from Salvia miltiorrhiza exhibits an anti-inflammatory effect through inhibiting MAPK signalling pathway

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Immunodetection of inflammation markers of mice treated with protocatechuic aldehyde. Sampling from C57 mice, Immunodetection was performed with two pro-inflammatory cytokines (IL-6 and TNF-α) of lung. Histological micrographs of liver and lung. Representative sections for ten mice per group are shown. Scale bar = 200 μm. a Histological micrographs of liver. b Histological micrographs of lung. c Histological micrographs of lung stained with IL-10 antibody. d Histological micrographs of lung stained with TNF-α antibody. Arrows: obvious inflammatory cells

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