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Fig. 2. The changes of hematological molecules in patients with bipolar disorder (BD) after 12 weeks treatment with VPA+Placebo (n = 57), VPA+ DM30 (n = 56) and VPA+DM60 (n = 53). The changes of (A) white blood cell (WBC) counts, (B) neutrophils counts, (C) red blood cell (RBC) counts and (D) platelet counts were calculated and analyzed between groups. All data are mean ± standard error of the mean. All measurement are cell counts in one cubic millimeters (cmm); *p < 0.05, vs. VPA+Placebo group (One-Way ANOVA with Tucky post-hoc test).

DM, dextromethorphan. VPA, valproic acid.

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