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Overexpression of human <i>AGGF1</i> in a mouse hindlimb ischemia model does not affect the expression level of <i>VEGF</i>.

By Qiulun Lu (302045), Yihong Yao (94559), Yufeng Yao (221510), Shizhi Liu (302046), Yuan Huang (79836), Shan Lu (50076), Ying Bai (107853), Bisheng Zhou (302048), Yan Xu (14594), Lei Li (29537), Nan Wang (21935), Li Wang (15202), Jie Zhang (64655), Xiang Cheng (112921), Gangjian Qin (302052), Wei Ma (299083), Chengqi Xu (302053), Xin Tu (205018) and Qing Wang (27728)

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<p>Seven days after delivery of <i>AGGF1</i> expression plasmid DNA (empty vector as control), mice were sacrificed and gastrocnemius muscle tissues were excised and used for isolation of total RNA and follow-up real time RT-PCR analysis of the mouse <i>VEGF</i> gene. Note that <i>VEGF</i> expression did not show any difference between <i>AGGF1</i> and control (<i>P</i>>0.05).</p

Topics: Physiology, Pharmacology, hindlimb, ischemia
Year: 2013
DOI identifier: 10.1371/journal.pone.0046998.g006
OAI identifier: oai:figshare.com:article/226509
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