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Figure 3: A photomicrograph showing the immunohistochemical staining of antiglial fibrillary acidic protein (GFAP) expression of the cerebral cortex in different groups of rat after 24 h. (a) Control group: astrocytes do not express GFAP at immunohistochemically detectable levels, or express only very low levels. (b) Group II: brown color cells with branching processes (astrocytes) (arrow head) with positive immunoreaction for GFAP. (c) Group III showing moderate GFAP immunohistochemical staining. (d) Group IV showing weak GFAP marking (GFAP ×400).

Figure 3: A photomicrograph showing the immunohistochemical staining of antiglial fibrillary acidic protein (GFAP) expression of the cerebral cortex in different groups of rat after 24 h. (a) Control group: astrocytes do not express GFAP at immunohistochemically detectable levels, or express only very low levels. (b) Group II: brown color cells with branching processes (astrocytes) (arrow head) with positive immunoreaction for GFAP. (c) Group III showing moderate GFAP immunohistochemical staining. (d) Group IV showing weak GFAP marking (GFAP ×400).