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Research Article

Testosterone Depletion by Castration May Protect Mice from Heat-Induced Multiple Organ Damage and Lethality

Figure 3

Photomicrographs of TUNEL, staining of the hypothalamus for a normothermic control (NC) (a), a sham-operated, heatstroke (SOH) mouse (b), a castrated, vehicle-treated heatstroke (CVH) mouse (c), and a castrated, testosterone-treated (CTH) mouse (d).
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