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Table 2 Ankle kinematics and stance duration analysis were carried out prior to nerve injury (wek-0), at week-2, and every 4 weeks during the 20-week follow-up period.

From: Effects of collagen membranes enriched with in vitro-differentiated N1E-115 cells on rat sciatic nerve regeneration after end-to-end repair

Temporal Parameter   Week 0 Week 2 Week 4 Week 8 Week 12 Week 16 Week 20
IC End-to-End -194.15 ± 44.35 -448.33 ± 66.25 -604.86 ± 66.95 -351.64 ± 73.81 -639.43 ± 120.70 -809.90 ± 88.67 -647.63 ± 81.94
  End-to-EndMemb   -728.48 ± -297.40 -785.62 ± -320.73 -593.43 ± -242.26 -234.56 ± -95.76 -302.06 ± -123.31 -514.54 ± -210.06
  End-to-EndMembCell   -557.10 ± 224.85 -505.97 ± 108.58 -845.50 ± 160.47 -933.63 ± 57.41 -914.05 ± 80.10 -903.24 ± 74.55
OT End-to-End -270.35 ± 19.65 -273.97 ± 47.92 -385.24 ± 37.99 -399.28 ± 34.85 -530.42 ± 68.29 -460.90 ± 66.08 -414.22 ± 35.18
  End-to-EndMemb   -641.95 ± -262.08 -528.60 ± -215.80 -321.92 ± -131.42 -449.49 ± -183.50 -582.66 ± -237.87 -411.32 ± -167.92
  End-to-EndMembCell   -357.80 ± 43.21 -495.68 ± 82.13 -372.17 ± 33.65 -467.31 ± 76.14 -471.29 ± 20.94 -278.67 ± 20.71
HR End-to-End 53.25 ± 40.58 -177.64 ± 41.45 -246.61 ± 11.49 -333.55 ± 16.41 -280.20 ± 24.32 -322.47 ± 18.46 -322.86 ± 23.80
  End-to-EndMemb   -265.19 ± 28.15 -301.10 ± 65.99 -268.48 ± 64.92 -114.06 ± 82.52 -327.76 ± 86.17 -222.91 ± 51.33
  End-to-EndMembCell   -353.02 ± 24.39 -285.60 ± 21.13 -190.41 ± 9.69 -286.61 ± 57.54 -283.54 ± 12.24 -216.29 ± 21.36
TO End-to-End -221.38 ± 91.28 322.87 ± 109.64 327.44 ± 31.23 399.79 ± 82.70 403.59 ± 57.88 444.05 ± 78.95 193.03 ± 130.15
  End-to-EndMemb   554.31 ± 69.27 384.52 ± 66.65 227.17 ± 123.13 281.98 ± 79.91 577.14 ± 155.51 311.14 ± 197.88
  End-to-EndMembCell   248.78 ± 30.40 420.52 ± 28.58 355.25 ± 43.90 466.17 ± 43.54 551.88 ± 43.74 460.01 ± 51.01
  1. Values of the ankle angular velocity (°/sec) at initial contact (IC); opposite toe-off (OT); heel-rise (HR); toe-off (TO) of the stance phase. Results are presented as mean and standard error of the mean (SEM). N corresponds to the number of rats within the experimental group.