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Fig. 1 | BMC Musculoskeletal Disorders

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From: Glutamate signaling through the NMDA receptor reduces the expression of scleraxis in plantaris tendon derived cells

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Plantaris tendon tissue proper (TP), plantaris peritendinous connective tissue (PT), and cultured tendon cells (TC) stained for glutamate (Glu): Examples of immunoreactions (arrows) are seen in slender and rounded tenocytes in the tendon tissue proper a, b, in cultured tendon cells (red; c) and in cells in the peritendinous tissue d. Nuclei in c are stained with DAPI (blue). Bars indicate 20 μm length

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