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Research Article

PPARα Activation Protects against Anti-Thy1 Nephritis by Suppressing Glomerular NF-κB Signaling

Figure 2

Light microscopic analyses of kidney injuries. (a) Representative micrographs of the kidney in anti-Thy1 nephritis rats. Kidney sections were stained with periodic acid methenamine silver (PAM). (b) Semiquantification of pathologic changes including mesangial cell proliferation, mesangiolysis, glomerular capillary aneurysm formation, and crescent formation. Values are means ± SD. Significant differences from the respective day 0 groups are indicated with number signs (## , ### ), while significant differences between regular-diet and clofibrate-diet groups are indicated with asterisks (*** ).

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