Protein Kinase C and Vasospasm

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    Graph showing correlation between diacylglycerol (DAG) content and the severity of vasospasm (VS). Severe versus mild VS: p < 0.03; severe VS versus normal control: p < 0.01; mild VS versus normal control: not statistically significant. The 1,2-DAG values (y-axis) are expressed as the mean ± standard deviation; the VS values (x-axis) are expressed as the mean ± the standard error of the mean.

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