Oxidative Medicine and Cellular Longevity / 2018 / Article / Fig 5

Research Article

Exercise Training Mitigates Water Pipe Smoke Exposure-Induced Pulmonary Impairment via Inhibiting NF-κB and Activating Nrf2 Signalling Pathways

Figure 5

DNA migration (mm) in the lung tissues (a) evaluated by Comet assay, at the end of the 2-month-exposure period to water pipe smoke (WPS) or air with or without exercise (EX) training. Data are mean ± SEM ( in each group). Representative images illustrating the quantification of the DNA migration by the Comet assay under alkaline conditions, in control (b), WPS (c), EX + air (d), and EX + WPS (e).
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