The prevalence and phenotype of activated microglia/macrophages within the spinal cord of the hyperostotic mouse (twy/twy) changes in response to chronic progressive spinalcord compression: implications for human cervical compressive myelopathy

Takayuki Hirai, Kenzo Uchida*, Hideaki Nakajima, Alexander R. Guerrero, Naoto Takeura, Shuji Watanabe, Daisuke Sugita, Ai Yoshida, William E.B. Johnson, Hisatoshi Baba

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