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Loss of <i>G9a</i> does not affect viral loads upon DCV infection.

Abstract

<p>(<b>A,B</b>) Wild-type or <i>G9a</i> mutant flies were inoculated with DCV and viral titers were determined over time in (<b>A</b>) whole flies, and (<b>B</b>) dissected fat bodies. Data represent means and s.d of three independent experiments. Each experiment contained three biological replicates of 5 female flies (<b>A</b>), or 10 fat bodies (<b>B</b>) per replicate for each genotype. (<b>C</b>,<b>D</b>) DCV RNA levels over the course of 3 days post-infection analyzed by RT-qPCR in (<b>C</b>) whole flies or (<b>D</b>) fat bodies of wild-type and <i>G9a</i> mutant flies. DCV RNA levels were normalized to transcript levels of the housekeeping gene <i>Ribosomal Protein 49</i> and are calculated relative to the viral RNA levels in flies harvested immediately after inoculation (t<sub>0</sub>). Data represent means and s.d. of three biological replicates of 5 female flies (<b>C</b>) or 10 fat bodies (<b>D</b>) per replicate for each genotype. Data in panel <b>C</b> and <b>D</b> are from one experiment representative of 2 independent experiments. *<i>P</i> < 0.05 (Student’s t-test).</p

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