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Fig. 5 | Tropical Medicine and Health

Fig. 5

From: Upper gastrointestinal pathophysiology due to mouse malaria Plasmodium berghei ANKA infection

Fig. 5

The length of the small intestine in PbA-C57BL/6 mice, PbA-BALB/c mice, and uninfected control mice. a Intestinal length in uninfected C57BL/6 mice (n = 10), PbA-C57BL/6 mice with cerebral malaria and floating stomachs (n = 6), and uncomplicated PbA-C57BL/6 mice with no floating stomachs (n = 9). b Comparison of intestinal length in uninfected BALB/c mice (n = 10), PbA-BALB/c mice with floating stomachs on day 15 (n = 6), and PbA-BALB/c mice without floating stomachs on day 12 (n = 6). *p < 0.05

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