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During the following 24h, a marked proliferation of microglia (more than 5 times higher than those in 24-h slices) was observed in normothermic (37°C) animals. At 72h after compression a large number of the proliferated microglia were still seen in normothermic animals, but no increase was observed in hypothermic animals. In slices from normothermic animals at 48 and 72 h after injury, most of the proliferated microglia were positive to OX-42 staining (data not shown), which recog- 50 T. Ogata et al.
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