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Telomere length of EC and VSMC from patients with AAA measured using Q-FISH and immunofluorescence.

By Giuseppe Cafueri (326466), Federica Parodi (326467), Angela Pistorio (326468), Maria Bertolotto (255382), Francesco Ventura (326469), Claudio Gambini (8757), Paolo Bianco (326470), Franco Dallegri (326471), Vito Pistoia (8759), Annalisa Pezzolo (326473) and Domenico Palombo (326474)


<p><b>A</b>) Aortic aneurysmatic wall derived EC stained with anti-CD31 mAb (green). The inset shows the nuclei analyzed by Q-FISH. <b>B</b>) EC interphase nuclei hybridized with Cy3-PNA telomeric probe (red signals). <b>C</b>) Aortic aneurysmatic wall derived VSMC stained with anti-α-smooth muscle actin mAb (green). <b>D</b>) VSMC nuclei hybridized with Cy3-PNA telomeric probe (red signals). DAPI was used to label nuclei.</p

Topics: Cell Biology, Genetics, Biotechnology, ec, vsmc, patients, aaa, q-fish
Year: 2013
DOI identifier: 10.1371/journal.pone.0035312.g002
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