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Figure 1: The neuroprotective effects of kirenol in Ischemia-Reperfusion-Induced Sprague Dawley rats (a) Quantitative analysis of the infarct volume (b) Quantification of the water content 24 h after stroke. Results articulated as mean ± standard error of the mean by (P < 0.05 and P < 0.01) from 6 individual rats. Group I: non-ischemia/reperfusion group, Group II: untreated ischemia/reperfusion group, Group III: kirenol (10 mg/kg) - ischemia/reperfusion group and Group IV: kirenol (20 mg/kg) - ischemia/reperfusion group

Figure 1: The neuroprotective effects of kirenol in Ischemia-Reperfusion-Induced Sprague Dawley rats (a) Quantitative analysis of the infarct volume (b) Quantification of the water content 24 h after stroke. Results articulated as mean ± standard error of the mean by (<i>P</i> < 0.05 and <i>P</i> < 0.01) from 6 individual rats. Group I: non-ischemia/reperfusion group, Group II: untreated ischemia/reperfusion group, Group III: kirenol (10 mg/kg) - ischemia/reperfusion group and Group IV: kirenol (20 mg/kg) - ischemia/reperfusion group