n5-STZ Diabetic Model Develops Alterations in Sciatic Nerve and Dorsal Root Ganglia Neurons of Wistar Rats
Illustrative traces of compound action potential and its conductibility parameters for control and diabetic rats. (a) represents illustrative traces of compound action potential (CAP) for control (left), near-normoglycemic (center), and hyperglycemic (right) groups. Inset shows amplitude and time scale bar. (b) shows conduction velocity of 1st and 2nd CAP components for control (), near-normoglycemic () and hyperglycemic () groups and (c) shows the amplitude of CAP components. (d) shows CAP duration in 50% of CAP peak amplitude for control (), near-normoglycemic (), and hyperglycemic (). In (b), (c), and (d) black and grey bars represent 1st and 2nd components, respectively. The * symbol indicates statistical difference related to control (, ANOVA followed by Holm-Sidak comparisons test for data in (b) and (c) and , Student’s -test for (d)).