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Figure 3: The result of in vivo stent implantation. Note: (A) Native 316L SS stents and SeDPA-PPAam coated stents implanted in adult New Zealand white rabbits for 28 days. Histomorphometric analysis of the in-stent restenosis. (B, C) Percent neointimal stenosis (B) and mean neointimal area analysis (C) indicated significantly reduced in-stent restenosis. Data are expressed as mean ± SD. ***P < 0.001. SS: Stainless steel; SeDPA: 3,3-diselenodipropionic acid. Reprinted with permission from Yang et al.[25]

Figure 3: The result of <i>in vivo</i> stent implantation.
Note: (A) Native 316L SS stents and SeDPA-PPAam coated stents implanted in adult New Zealand white rabbits for 28 days. Histomorphometric analysis of the in-stent restenosis. (B, C) Percent neointimal stenosis (B) and mean neointimal area analysis (C) indicated significantly reduced in-stent restenosis. Data are expressed as mean ± SD. ***<i>P</i> < 0.001. SS: Stainless steel; SeDPA: 3,3-diselenodipropionic acid. Reprinted with permission from Yang et al.<sup>[25]</sup>