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Figure 3: Microhemodynamics: (a) Sinusoidal microcirculation, arrows indicate areas of non-perfused sinusoids (b) Volumetric fl ow in perfused sinusoids, revealing signifi cantly higher volumetric fl ow in PD-4-I treated animals (c) Sinusoidal diameters show signifi cantly dilated sinusoids in the LPS + PD-4-I compared to control and LPS (d) Number of continuously (CPS), intermittently (IPS), and non-perfused sinusoids (NPS) demonstrating a signifi cantly higher count of CPS in PD-4-I treated animals compared to the LPS group. (*vs. Control, #vs. LPS, §vs. LPS + PD-4-I, n = 5-6, P ≤ 0.05, mean ± SEM)

Figure 3: Microhemodynamics: (a) Sinusoidal microcirculation, arrows indicate areas of non-perfused sinusoids (b) Volumetric fl ow in perfused sinusoids, revealing signifi cantly higher volumetric fl ow in PD-4-I treated animals (c) Sinusoidal diameters show signifi cantly dilated sinusoids in the LPS + PD-4-I compared to control and LPS (d) Number of continuously (CPS), intermittently (IPS), and non-perfused sinusoids (NPS) demonstrating a signifi cantly higher count of CPS in PD-4-I treated animals compared to the LPS group. (*vs. Control, #vs. LPS, §vs. LPS + PD-4-I, <i>n</i> = 5-6, <i>P</i> ≤ 0.05, mean ± SEM)