C/F

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C/FCarried Forward
C/FCenter Frequency
C/FClient/Family
C/FCapillary/Muscle Fiber (physiology)
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The CP group was also found to have a higher capillary/muscle fiber ratio associated with hypertrophy of type IIB fibers in the EDL muscle.
To avoid underestimation or overestimation of muscle density due to muscle atrophy or interstitial edema, the capillary/muscle fiber ratio was also expressed [17] (Khazaei and Salehi, 2012).
Neovascularization was assessed as capillary density (CD31 positive cells) per [mm.sup.2] and as the capillary/muscle fiber ratio.
The analysis of the capillary/muscle fiber ratio showed differences between the 4 experimental groups at all four experimental times (Anova P < 0.001).
The same tendency as that found by capillary density analysis was evidenced: among the treatment groups, the capillary/muscle fiber ratio was the highest in the case of donepezil treatment.
It was also found that the capillary/muscle fiber ratio gradually increased with the time elapsed from ligation, in all 3 ligation groups (Figure 4).
In animals of the ligation control group, without treatment, the capillary/muscle fiber ratio was significantly lower at all four experimental times (P < 0.0125) compared to the negative control group.
Neovascularization was evaluated by analysis of capillary density (CD31 positive cells) and the capillary/muscle fiber ratio.
The same tendency was observed in the case of the capillary/muscle fiber ratio.
For the sham group, there was a significant decrease in the capillary/muscle fiber ratio in the ligated versus the nonligated limb.