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    Alomone Labs kv2 1 antibody
    Postnatal development of the <t>Kv2.1</t> and Kv2.2 mRNA levels in dorsal root ganglion ( DRG ) cultures. Electrophoretic analysis of the RT ‐ PCR products obtained from cultured DRG neurons of 1 week, 2 weeks, 3 weeks, and 4 weeks old mice. The relative densitometric values ( RDV s) (presented in panel C) were determined by normalizing the densitometric value of the 450 bp fragment, which corresponds to Kv2.1 (A) and Kv2.2 (B), to the densitometric value of G3 PDH , which corresponds to the 250 bp fragment in both panels. (C) The RDV of Kv2.2 (white) decreased significantly determined in DRG cultures from 3 and 4 weeks old mice compared to the RDV determined in DRG cultures from 1‐week‐old mice (* P
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    Effects of BPA on [Ca 2+ ] i oscillations through a PKG-mediated mechanism. ( A ) Low-glucose–induced [Ca 2+ ] i oscillations blocked by 1 nM BPA. ( B ) Frequency of [Ca 2+ ] i oscillations were not reduced by BPA in an islet from the same preparation and maintained in the same conditions but pretreated with and exposed to the PKG inhibitor <t>KT-5823</t> (1 μM). ( C ) Mean frequency values of 0.5 mM glucose before application of either BPA (G1) or E 2 (G2), in the presence of 1 nM BPA or 1 nM E 2 , as in ( A ) , or in the presence of 1 μM KT-5823 plus 0.5 mM glucose (KT); KT plus 1 nM BPA (BPA + KT), and KT plus 1 nM 17β-E 2 (E 2 + KT) as in ( B ). Results are representative of at least 12 cells from nine different islets, expressed as mean ± SE. * p
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    Alomone Labs rabbit polyclonal anti p2x1
    Effects of BPA on [Ca 2+ ] i oscillations through a PKG-mediated mechanism. ( A ) Low-glucose–induced [Ca 2+ ] i oscillations blocked by 1 nM BPA. ( B ) Frequency of [Ca 2+ ] i oscillations were not reduced by BPA in an islet from the same preparation and maintained in the same conditions but pretreated with and exposed to the PKG inhibitor <t>KT-5823</t> (1 μM). ( C ) Mean frequency values of 0.5 mM glucose before application of either BPA (G1) or E 2 (G2), in the presence of 1 nM BPA or 1 nM E 2 , as in ( A ) , or in the presence of 1 μM KT-5823 plus 0.5 mM glucose (KT); KT plus 1 nM BPA (BPA + KT), and KT plus 1 nM 17β-E 2 (E 2 + KT) as in ( B ). Results are representative of at least 12 cells from nine different islets, expressed as mean ± SE. * p
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    Postnatal development of the Kv2.1 and Kv2.2 mRNA levels in dorsal root ganglion ( DRG ) cultures. Electrophoretic analysis of the RT ‐ PCR products obtained from cultured DRG neurons of 1 week, 2 weeks, 3 weeks, and 4 weeks old mice. The relative densitometric values ( RDV s) (presented in panel C) were determined by normalizing the densitometric value of the 450 bp fragment, which corresponds to Kv2.1 (A) and Kv2.2 (B), to the densitometric value of G3 PDH , which corresponds to the 250 bp fragment in both panels. (C) The RDV of Kv2.2 (white) decreased significantly determined in DRG cultures from 3 and 4 weeks old mice compared to the RDV determined in DRG cultures from 1‐week‐old mice (* P

    Journal: Physiological Reports

    Article Title: The contribution of Kv2.2‐mediated currents decreases during the postnatal development of mouse dorsal root ganglion neurons. The contribution of Kv2.2‐mediated currents decreases during the postnatal development of mouse dorsal root ganglion neurons

    doi: 10.14814/phy2.12731

    Figure Lengend Snippet: Postnatal development of the Kv2.1 and Kv2.2 mRNA levels in dorsal root ganglion ( DRG ) cultures. Electrophoretic analysis of the RT ‐ PCR products obtained from cultured DRG neurons of 1 week, 2 weeks, 3 weeks, and 4 weeks old mice. The relative densitometric values ( RDV s) (presented in panel C) were determined by normalizing the densitometric value of the 450 bp fragment, which corresponds to Kv2.1 (A) and Kv2.2 (B), to the densitometric value of G3 PDH , which corresponds to the 250 bp fragment in both panels. (C) The RDV of Kv2.2 (white) decreased significantly determined in DRG cultures from 3 and 4 weeks old mice compared to the RDV determined in DRG cultures from 1‐week‐old mice (* P

    Article Snippet: For the anti‐Kv2.1 current recordings, patch pipettes were dipped in normal intracellular solution and back filled with the anti‐Kv2.1‐containing solution obtained by dissolving 10 μ g/mL Kv2.1 antibody (Alomone Labs) in the intracellular solution.

    Techniques: Reverse Transcription Polymerase Chain Reaction, Cell Culture, Mouse Assay

    Postnatal development of anti‐Kv2.1‐sensitive current in dorsal root ganglion ( DRG ) neurons at 0 mV . (A) Representative current recordings of the total outward K + (left), anti‐Kv2.1‐insensitive (right) and anti‐Kv2.1‐sensitive (bottom) currents in DRG neurons obtained from 1 week (gray) and 4 weeks (black) old mice elicited by a 500 msec depolarizing pulse to 0 mV from a holding potential of −70 mV . The anti‐Kv2.1 sensitive current was obtained by subtracting the current after intracellular diffusion of Kv2.1 antibodies (i.e., anti‐Kv2.1‐insensitive current) from the total outward K + current. The scale bar applies to all current recordings. (B) Current densities of the anti‐Kv2.1‐sensitive component in the different age groups. The anti‐Kv2.1‐sensitive current density rose gradually, although not significantly, during postnatal development. (C) The fraction of the anti‐Kv2.1‐sensitive current relative to I K at the different developmental stages obtained as described in the Results section remained unchanged. The numbers above each bar indicate the number of cells analyzed.

    Journal: Physiological Reports

    Article Title: The contribution of Kv2.2‐mediated currents decreases during the postnatal development of mouse dorsal root ganglion neurons. The contribution of Kv2.2‐mediated currents decreases during the postnatal development of mouse dorsal root ganglion neurons

    doi: 10.14814/phy2.12731

    Figure Lengend Snippet: Postnatal development of anti‐Kv2.1‐sensitive current in dorsal root ganglion ( DRG ) neurons at 0 mV . (A) Representative current recordings of the total outward K + (left), anti‐Kv2.1‐insensitive (right) and anti‐Kv2.1‐sensitive (bottom) currents in DRG neurons obtained from 1 week (gray) and 4 weeks (black) old mice elicited by a 500 msec depolarizing pulse to 0 mV from a holding potential of −70 mV . The anti‐Kv2.1 sensitive current was obtained by subtracting the current after intracellular diffusion of Kv2.1 antibodies (i.e., anti‐Kv2.1‐insensitive current) from the total outward K + current. The scale bar applies to all current recordings. (B) Current densities of the anti‐Kv2.1‐sensitive component in the different age groups. The anti‐Kv2.1‐sensitive current density rose gradually, although not significantly, during postnatal development. (C) The fraction of the anti‐Kv2.1‐sensitive current relative to I K at the different developmental stages obtained as described in the Results section remained unchanged. The numbers above each bar indicate the number of cells analyzed.

    Article Snippet: For the anti‐Kv2.1 current recordings, patch pipettes were dipped in normal intracellular solution and back filled with the anti‐Kv2.1‐containing solution obtained by dissolving 10 μ g/mL Kv2.1 antibody (Alomone Labs) in the intracellular solution.

    Techniques: Mouse Assay, Diffusion-based Assay

    Postnatal development of the ScTx‐ and anti‐Kv2.1‐sensitive current at +20 and +40 mV . The fraction of ScTx‐sensitive current (left) and anti‐Kv2.1‐sensitive current (right) relative to I K of the different postnatal age groups at the end of a 500 msec depolarizing pulse at +20 mV (A) and +40 mV (B). (A) At +20 mV , the fraction of ScTx‐sensitive current in dorsal root ganglion neurons from 1 week old mice was significantly larger compared to that from 4 week old mice (* P

    Journal: Physiological Reports

    Article Title: The contribution of Kv2.2‐mediated currents decreases during the postnatal development of mouse dorsal root ganglion neurons. The contribution of Kv2.2‐mediated currents decreases during the postnatal development of mouse dorsal root ganglion neurons

    doi: 10.14814/phy2.12731

    Figure Lengend Snippet: Postnatal development of the ScTx‐ and anti‐Kv2.1‐sensitive current at +20 and +40 mV . The fraction of ScTx‐sensitive current (left) and anti‐Kv2.1‐sensitive current (right) relative to I K of the different postnatal age groups at the end of a 500 msec depolarizing pulse at +20 mV (A) and +40 mV (B). (A) At +20 mV , the fraction of ScTx‐sensitive current in dorsal root ganglion neurons from 1 week old mice was significantly larger compared to that from 4 week old mice (* P

    Article Snippet: For the anti‐Kv2.1 current recordings, patch pipettes were dipped in normal intracellular solution and back filled with the anti‐Kv2.1‐containing solution obtained by dissolving 10 μ g/mL Kv2.1 antibody (Alomone Labs) in the intracellular solution.

    Techniques: Mouse Assay

    Effects of BPA on [Ca 2+ ] i oscillations through a PKG-mediated mechanism. ( A ) Low-glucose–induced [Ca 2+ ] i oscillations blocked by 1 nM BPA. ( B ) Frequency of [Ca 2+ ] i oscillations were not reduced by BPA in an islet from the same preparation and maintained in the same conditions but pretreated with and exposed to the PKG inhibitor KT-5823 (1 μM). ( C ) Mean frequency values of 0.5 mM glucose before application of either BPA (G1) or E 2 (G2), in the presence of 1 nM BPA or 1 nM E 2 , as in ( A ) , or in the presence of 1 μM KT-5823 plus 0.5 mM glucose (KT); KT plus 1 nM BPA (BPA + KT), and KT plus 1 nM 17β-E 2 (E 2 + KT) as in ( B ). Results are representative of at least 12 cells from nine different islets, expressed as mean ± SE. * p

    Journal: Environmental Health Perspectives

    Article Title: Low Doses of Bisphenol A and Diethylstilbestrol Impair Ca2+ Signals in Pancreatic ?-Cells through a Nonclassical Membrane Estrogen Receptor within Intact Islets of Langerhans

    doi: 10.1289/ehp.8002

    Figure Lengend Snippet: Effects of BPA on [Ca 2+ ] i oscillations through a PKG-mediated mechanism. ( A ) Low-glucose–induced [Ca 2+ ] i oscillations blocked by 1 nM BPA. ( B ) Frequency of [Ca 2+ ] i oscillations were not reduced by BPA in an islet from the same preparation and maintained in the same conditions but pretreated with and exposed to the PKG inhibitor KT-5823 (1 μM). ( C ) Mean frequency values of 0.5 mM glucose before application of either BPA (G1) or E 2 (G2), in the presence of 1 nM BPA or 1 nM E 2 , as in ( A ) , or in the presence of 1 μM KT-5823 plus 0.5 mM glucose (KT); KT plus 1 nM BPA (BPA + KT), and KT plus 1 nM 17β-E 2 (E 2 + KT) as in ( B ). Results are representative of at least 12 cells from nine different islets, expressed as mean ± SE. * p

    Article Snippet: Thus, KT-5823 does not alter [Ca2+ ]i oscillations but prevents the suppression of low-glucose–induced [Ca2+ ]i oscillations by BPA, indicating that BPA’s effect is exerted by a cGMP/PKG-mediated mechanism, as has been demonstrated for the natural hormone 17β-E2 ( ).

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    Effects of 8Br-cGMP on EDCs and E 2 via PKG. ( A ) Exposure to 10 μM 8Br-cGMP dramatically reduces the frequency of low-glucose–induced [Ca 2+ ] i oscillations. ( B ) After incubation with the specific PKG inhibitor KT-5823 (1 μM), 8Br-cGMP fails to evoke the marked reduction in [Ca 2+ ] i oscillations shown in ( A ). ( C ) Mean frequency values collected in the presence of 0.5 mM glucose (G), 8Br-cGMP plus 0.5 mM glucose (8Br-cGMP), KT-5823 (KT), and 8Br-cGMP plus KT-5823 (8Br-cGMP + KT). Results are representative of at least five cells in four different islets, expressed as mean ± SE.

    Journal: Environmental Health Perspectives

    Article Title: Low Doses of Bisphenol A and Diethylstilbestrol Impair Ca2+ Signals in Pancreatic ?-Cells through a Nonclassical Membrane Estrogen Receptor within Intact Islets of Langerhans

    doi: 10.1289/ehp.8002

    Figure Lengend Snippet: Effects of 8Br-cGMP on EDCs and E 2 via PKG. ( A ) Exposure to 10 μM 8Br-cGMP dramatically reduces the frequency of low-glucose–induced [Ca 2+ ] i oscillations. ( B ) After incubation with the specific PKG inhibitor KT-5823 (1 μM), 8Br-cGMP fails to evoke the marked reduction in [Ca 2+ ] i oscillations shown in ( A ). ( C ) Mean frequency values collected in the presence of 0.5 mM glucose (G), 8Br-cGMP plus 0.5 mM glucose (8Br-cGMP), KT-5823 (KT), and 8Br-cGMP plus KT-5823 (8Br-cGMP + KT). Results are representative of at least five cells in four different islets, expressed as mean ± SE.

    Article Snippet: Thus, KT-5823 does not alter [Ca2+ ]i oscillations but prevents the suppression of low-glucose–induced [Ca2+ ]i oscillations by BPA, indicating that BPA’s effect is exerted by a cGMP/PKG-mediated mechanism, as has been demonstrated for the natural hormone 17β-E2 ( ).

    Techniques: Incubation