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From: Luteolin ameliorates lipopolysaccharide-induced microcirculatory disturbance through inhibiting leukocyte adhesion in rat mesenteric venules

Fig. 3

The effect of luteolin on LPS-induced hydrogen peroxide production, mast cell degranulation and intestinal microcirculation blood flow. a The effect of luteolin on LPS-induced hydrogen peroxide production. Pictures were captured at 400x magnification. Arrows: DHR fluorescence on the venular walls. b The effect of luteolin on LPS-induced mast cell degranulation. Pictures were captured at 400x magnification. Arrows: degranulated mast cell. c The effect of luteolin on LPS-stimulated intestinal microcirculation blood flow. All of the representative images of each group were presented with the respective quantification showing right correspondingly. All of the data were expressed as means ± SEM (n = 6). Significant differences were indicated by ##P< 0.01 as compared with control group, *P< 0.05, **P< 0.01 as compared with LPS group

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