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Figure 2 | Arthritis Research & Therapy

Figure 2

From: Spectrocolorimetric assessment of cartilage plugs after autologous osteochondral grafting: correlations between color indices and histological findings in a rabbit model

Figure 2

Bar graphs representing the spectral reflectance percentages (SRPs) of the cartilage plugs at 4 and 12 weeks (4 w and 12 w, respectively) after transplantation. The black bar represents the control cartilage for each group. The SRP values are used as a coincidence index of the spectral reflectance distribution of the repaired cartilage with respect to standard intact cartilage. The SRP700 values of the cartilage plugs are used as a coincidence index between 400 and 700 nm in wavelength (left four bars), while the SRP470 values of the cartilage plugs are used as a coincidence index between 400 and 470 nm in wavelength (right four bars). Error bars represent the standard deviation of each group.

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