List of Color Images

The images listed below appear in the color insert within the text.

Color Plate 1. Fig. 5, Chapter 6: Bar charts and Western blots showing the effects of insulin, fidarestat and the p38 mitogen-activated protein kinases inhibitor, SB239063. (See complete caption on p. 103.)

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Fig. 5, Chapter 8: Axoglial dysjunction is a characteristic degenerative change of type 1 DPN. (See complete caption on p. 142.)

Fig. 2, Chapter 13: (A) Localization of CML. (B) Quantification of staining intensities of epineurial vessels, perineurium, and endoneurial vessels. (C) Comparison of the staining intensity for CML and the receptor for advanced glycation end products. (See complete caption on p. 234.)

Fig. 3, Chapter 17: Normal human epidermal and dermal innervation visualized with confocal microscopy. (See complete caption on p. 297.)

Fig. 5, Chapter 17: (A) Method to measure collateral sprouting of human epidermal nerve fibers. (B) Example of collateral sprouting. (See complete caption on p. 302.)

Color Plate 6. Fig. 7, Chapter 17: For each subject, a regression line from postcapsaicin time-points is generated and the slope of this line is used as the rate of regeneration. (See complete caption on p. 304.)

Color Plate 1. Bar charts and Western blots showing the effects of insulin, fidarestat and the p38 mitogen-activated protein kinases inhibitor, SB239063. (Fig. 5, Chapter 6; see complete caption on p. 103.)

Color Plate 2. Axoglial dysjunction is a characteristic degenerative change of type 1 DPN. (Fig. 5, Chapter 8; see complete caption on p. 142.)

Color Plate 3. (A) Localization of CML. (B) Quantification of staining intensities of epineurial vessels, perineurium, and endoneurial vessels. (C) Comparison of the staining intensity for CML and the receptor for advanced glycation end products. (Fig. 2, Chapter 13; see complete caption on p. 234.)

Color Plate 4. Normal human epidermal and dermal innervation visualized with confocal microscopy. (Fig. 3, Chapter 17; see complete caption on p. 297.)

Color Plate 5. (A) Method to measure collateral sprouting of human epidermal nerve fibers. (B) Example of collateral sprouting. (Fig. 5, Chapter 17; see complete caption on p. 302.)

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Color Plate 6. For each subject, a regression line from postcapsaicin time-points is generated and the slope of this line is used as the rate of regeneration. (Fig. 7, Chapter 17; see complete caption on p. 304.)

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