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    Alomone Labs mouse galr2
    Receptor specificity for SPX regulation of hypothalamic expression of orexigenic factors and their receptors. IP injection of SPX (5 nmol/mouse) was performed in mice with/without the co-treatment of the <t>GalR2</t> antagonist M871 (50 nmol/mouse) or GalR3 antagonist SNAP (50 nmol/mouse). The hypothalamus was harvested one hour later after IP injection. Total RNA was isolated and subjected to real-time PCR for transcript expression of NPY (A) , AgRP (B) , NPY5R (C) and GHSR (D) , respectively with β actin mRNA as internal control. The groups denoted by different letters represent a significant difference at p
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    1) Product Images from "Mouse Spexin: (II) Functional Role as a Satiety Factor inhibiting Food Intake by Regulatory Actions Within the Hypothalamus"

    Article Title: Mouse Spexin: (II) Functional Role as a Satiety Factor inhibiting Food Intake by Regulatory Actions Within the Hypothalamus

    Journal: Frontiers in Endocrinology

    doi: 10.3389/fendo.2021.681647

    Receptor specificity for SPX regulation of hypothalamic expression of orexigenic factors and their receptors. IP injection of SPX (5 nmol/mouse) was performed in mice with/without the co-treatment of the GalR2 antagonist M871 (50 nmol/mouse) or GalR3 antagonist SNAP (50 nmol/mouse). The hypothalamus was harvested one hour later after IP injection. Total RNA was isolated and subjected to real-time PCR for transcript expression of NPY (A) , AgRP (B) , NPY5R (C) and GHSR (D) , respectively with β actin mRNA as internal control. The groups denoted by different letters represent a significant difference at p
    Figure Legend Snippet: Receptor specificity for SPX regulation of hypothalamic expression of orexigenic factors and their receptors. IP injection of SPX (5 nmol/mouse) was performed in mice with/without the co-treatment of the GalR2 antagonist M871 (50 nmol/mouse) or GalR3 antagonist SNAP (50 nmol/mouse). The hypothalamus was harvested one hour later after IP injection. Total RNA was isolated and subjected to real-time PCR for transcript expression of NPY (A) , AgRP (B) , NPY5R (C) and GHSR (D) , respectively with β actin mRNA as internal control. The groups denoted by different letters represent a significant difference at p

    Techniques Used: Expressing, Injection, Mouse Assay, Isolation, Real-time Polymerase Chain Reaction

    Receptor specificity for SPX inhibition on food consumption in mice. (A) RT-PCR for GalR2 and GalR3 expression in the liver, brain and hypothalamus. Total RNA isolated from target tissues was used for RT-PCR with primers for GalR2 and GalR3, respectively, with GAPDH as internal control and PCR with no template as negative control (“-ve Ctrl”). (B) Western blot of GalR2 and GalR3 expression in the brain and hypothalamus. Tissue lysate was prepared from mouse brain and hypothalamus and subjected to SDS- PAGE and Western blot using th e antibody (Ab) for GalR2 and GalR3, respectively, with β actin as loading control. To confirm the specificity of immunoblotting, Western blot was also conducted with antibodies pre-absorbed with the synthetic peptides for GalR2/3 used to raise the antibody provided by the company. (C) GalR2 and GalR3 blockade on the inhibitory effect of SPX on food intake in mice. IP injection of SPX (5 nmol/mouse) was performed at 10:00 am with/without co-treatment of the GalR2 antagonist M871 (50 nmol/mouse) or GalR3 antagonist SNAP (50 nmol/mouse) to test the effect on food consumption occurred during the first hour in dark phase. (D) Effect of GalR2 activation on food consumption in mice. In parallel experiment, IP injection of the GalR2 agonist dN1-Qu (10 nmol/mouse) was conducted with SPX treatment (10 nmol/mouse) as positive control. For the data presented, the groups denoted by different letters represent a significant difference at p
    Figure Legend Snippet: Receptor specificity for SPX inhibition on food consumption in mice. (A) RT-PCR for GalR2 and GalR3 expression in the liver, brain and hypothalamus. Total RNA isolated from target tissues was used for RT-PCR with primers for GalR2 and GalR3, respectively, with GAPDH as internal control and PCR with no template as negative control (“-ve Ctrl”). (B) Western blot of GalR2 and GalR3 expression in the brain and hypothalamus. Tissue lysate was prepared from mouse brain and hypothalamus and subjected to SDS- PAGE and Western blot using th e antibody (Ab) for GalR2 and GalR3, respectively, with β actin as loading control. To confirm the specificity of immunoblotting, Western blot was also conducted with antibodies pre-absorbed with the synthetic peptides for GalR2/3 used to raise the antibody provided by the company. (C) GalR2 and GalR3 blockade on the inhibitory effect of SPX on food intake in mice. IP injection of SPX (5 nmol/mouse) was performed at 10:00 am with/without co-treatment of the GalR2 antagonist M871 (50 nmol/mouse) or GalR3 antagonist SNAP (50 nmol/mouse) to test the effect on food consumption occurred during the first hour in dark phase. (D) Effect of GalR2 activation on food consumption in mice. In parallel experiment, IP injection of the GalR2 agonist dN1-Qu (10 nmol/mouse) was conducted with SPX treatment (10 nmol/mouse) as positive control. For the data presented, the groups denoted by different letters represent a significant difference at p

    Techniques Used: Inhibition, Mouse Assay, Reverse Transcription Polymerase Chain Reaction, Expressing, Isolation, Polymerase Chain Reaction, Negative Control, Western Blot, SDS Page, Injection, Activation Assay, Positive Control

    2) Product Images from "Mouse Spexin: (II) Functional Role as a Satiety Factor inhibiting Food Intake by Regulatory Actions Within the Hypothalamus"

    Article Title: Mouse Spexin: (II) Functional Role as a Satiety Factor inhibiting Food Intake by Regulatory Actions Within the Hypothalamus

    Journal: Frontiers in Endocrinology

    doi: 10.3389/fendo.2021.681647

    Receptor specificity for SPX regulation of hypothalamic expression of orexigenic factors and their receptors. IP injection of SPX (5 nmol/mouse) was performed in mice with/without the co-treatment of the GalR2 antagonist M871 (50 nmol/mouse) or GalR3 antagonist SNAP (50 nmol/mouse). The hypothalamus was harvested one hour later after IP injection. Total RNA was isolated and subjected to real-time PCR for transcript expression of NPY (A) , AgRP (B) , NPY5R (C) and GHSR (D) , respectively with β actin mRNA as internal control. The groups denoted by different letters represent a significant difference at p
    Figure Legend Snippet: Receptor specificity for SPX regulation of hypothalamic expression of orexigenic factors and their receptors. IP injection of SPX (5 nmol/mouse) was performed in mice with/without the co-treatment of the GalR2 antagonist M871 (50 nmol/mouse) or GalR3 antagonist SNAP (50 nmol/mouse). The hypothalamus was harvested one hour later after IP injection. Total RNA was isolated and subjected to real-time PCR for transcript expression of NPY (A) , AgRP (B) , NPY5R (C) and GHSR (D) , respectively with β actin mRNA as internal control. The groups denoted by different letters represent a significant difference at p

    Techniques Used: Expressing, Injection, Mouse Assay, Isolation, Real-time Polymerase Chain Reaction

    Receptor specificity for SPX inhibition on food consumption in mice. (A) RT-PCR for GalR2 and GalR3 expression in the liver, brain and hypothalamus. Total RNA isolated from target tissues was used for RT-PCR with primers for GalR2 and GalR3, respectively, with GAPDH as internal control and PCR with no template as negative control (“-ve Ctrl”). (B) Western blot of GalR2 and GalR3 expression in the brain and hypothalamus. Tissue lysate was prepared from mouse brain and hypothalamus and subjected to SDS- PAGE and Western blot using th e antibody (Ab) for GalR2 and GalR3, respectively, with β actin as loading control. To confirm the specificity of immunoblotting, Western blot was also conducted with antibodies pre-absorbed with the synthetic peptides for GalR2/3 used to raise the antibody provided by the company. (C) GalR2 and GalR3 blockade on the inhibitory effect of SPX on food intake in mice. IP injection of SPX (5 nmol/mouse) was performed at 10:00 am with/without co-treatment of the GalR2 antagonist M871 (50 nmol/mouse) or GalR3 antagonist SNAP (50 nmol/mouse) to test the effect on food consumption occurred during the first hour in dark phase. (D) Effect of GalR2 activation on food consumption in mice. In parallel experiment, IP injection of the GalR2 agonist dN1-Qu (10 nmol/mouse) was conducted with SPX treatment (10 nmol/mouse) as positive control. For the data presented, the groups denoted by different letters represent a significant difference at p
    Figure Legend Snippet: Receptor specificity for SPX inhibition on food consumption in mice. (A) RT-PCR for GalR2 and GalR3 expression in the liver, brain and hypothalamus. Total RNA isolated from target tissues was used for RT-PCR with primers for GalR2 and GalR3, respectively, with GAPDH as internal control and PCR with no template as negative control (“-ve Ctrl”). (B) Western blot of GalR2 and GalR3 expression in the brain and hypothalamus. Tissue lysate was prepared from mouse brain and hypothalamus and subjected to SDS- PAGE and Western blot using th e antibody (Ab) for GalR2 and GalR3, respectively, with β actin as loading control. To confirm the specificity of immunoblotting, Western blot was also conducted with antibodies pre-absorbed with the synthetic peptides for GalR2/3 used to raise the antibody provided by the company. (C) GalR2 and GalR3 blockade on the inhibitory effect of SPX on food intake in mice. IP injection of SPX (5 nmol/mouse) was performed at 10:00 am with/without co-treatment of the GalR2 antagonist M871 (50 nmol/mouse) or GalR3 antagonist SNAP (50 nmol/mouse) to test the effect on food consumption occurred during the first hour in dark phase. (D) Effect of GalR2 activation on food consumption in mice. In parallel experiment, IP injection of the GalR2 agonist dN1-Qu (10 nmol/mouse) was conducted with SPX treatment (10 nmol/mouse) as positive control. For the data presented, the groups denoted by different letters represent a significant difference at p

    Techniques Used: Inhibition, Mouse Assay, Reverse Transcription Polymerase Chain Reaction, Expressing, Isolation, Polymerase Chain Reaction, Negative Control, Western Blot, SDS Page, Injection, Activation Assay, Positive Control

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    Alomone Labs mouse galr2
    Receptor specificity for SPX regulation of hypothalamic expression of orexigenic factors and their receptors. IP injection of SPX (5 nmol/mouse) was performed in mice with/without the co-treatment of the <t>GalR2</t> antagonist M871 (50 nmol/mouse) or GalR3 antagonist SNAP (50 nmol/mouse). The hypothalamus was harvested one hour later after IP injection. Total RNA was isolated and subjected to real-time PCR for transcript expression of NPY (A) , AgRP (B) , NPY5R (C) and GHSR (D) , respectively with β actin mRNA as internal control. The groups denoted by different letters represent a significant difference at p
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    Receptor specificity for SPX regulation of hypothalamic expression of orexigenic factors and their receptors. IP injection of SPX (5 nmol/mouse) was performed in mice with/without the co-treatment of the <t>GalR2</t> antagonist M871 (50 nmol/mouse) or GalR3 antagonist SNAP (50 nmol/mouse). The hypothalamus was harvested one hour later after IP injection. Total RNA was isolated and subjected to real-time PCR for transcript expression of NPY (A) , AgRP (B) , NPY5R (C) and GHSR (D) , respectively with β actin mRNA as internal control. The groups denoted by different letters represent a significant difference at p
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    Receptor specificity for SPX regulation of hypothalamic expression of orexigenic factors and their receptors. IP injection of SPX (5 nmol/mouse) was performed in mice with/without the co-treatment of the GalR2 antagonist M871 (50 nmol/mouse) or GalR3 antagonist SNAP (50 nmol/mouse). The hypothalamus was harvested one hour later after IP injection. Total RNA was isolated and subjected to real-time PCR for transcript expression of NPY (A) , AgRP (B) , NPY5R (C) and GHSR (D) , respectively with β actin mRNA as internal control. The groups denoted by different letters represent a significant difference at p

    Journal: Frontiers in Endocrinology

    Article Title: Mouse Spexin: (II) Functional Role as a Satiety Factor inhibiting Food Intake by Regulatory Actions Within the Hypothalamus

    doi: 10.3389/fendo.2021.681647

    Figure Lengend Snippet: Receptor specificity for SPX regulation of hypothalamic expression of orexigenic factors and their receptors. IP injection of SPX (5 nmol/mouse) was performed in mice with/without the co-treatment of the GalR2 antagonist M871 (50 nmol/mouse) or GalR3 antagonist SNAP (50 nmol/mouse). The hypothalamus was harvested one hour later after IP injection. Total RNA was isolated and subjected to real-time PCR for transcript expression of NPY (A) , AgRP (B) , NPY5R (C) and GHSR (D) , respectively with β actin mRNA as internal control. The groups denoted by different letters represent a significant difference at p

    Article Snippet: RT-PCR was conducted using primers for mouse GalR2 and GalR3 with PCR conditions as described in and parallel PCR for GAPDH was used as the internal control.

    Techniques: Expressing, Injection, Mouse Assay, Isolation, Real-time Polymerase Chain Reaction

    Receptor specificity for SPX inhibition on food consumption in mice. (A) RT-PCR for GalR2 and GalR3 expression in the liver, brain and hypothalamus. Total RNA isolated from target tissues was used for RT-PCR with primers for GalR2 and GalR3, respectively, with GAPDH as internal control and PCR with no template as negative control (“-ve Ctrl”). (B) Western blot of GalR2 and GalR3 expression in the brain and hypothalamus. Tissue lysate was prepared from mouse brain and hypothalamus and subjected to SDS- PAGE and Western blot using th e antibody (Ab) for GalR2 and GalR3, respectively, with β actin as loading control. To confirm the specificity of immunoblotting, Western blot was also conducted with antibodies pre-absorbed with the synthetic peptides for GalR2/3 used to raise the antibody provided by the company. (C) GalR2 and GalR3 blockade on the inhibitory effect of SPX on food intake in mice. IP injection of SPX (5 nmol/mouse) was performed at 10:00 am with/without co-treatment of the GalR2 antagonist M871 (50 nmol/mouse) or GalR3 antagonist SNAP (50 nmol/mouse) to test the effect on food consumption occurred during the first hour in dark phase. (D) Effect of GalR2 activation on food consumption in mice. In parallel experiment, IP injection of the GalR2 agonist dN1-Qu (10 nmol/mouse) was conducted with SPX treatment (10 nmol/mouse) as positive control. For the data presented, the groups denoted by different letters represent a significant difference at p

    Journal: Frontiers in Endocrinology

    Article Title: Mouse Spexin: (II) Functional Role as a Satiety Factor inhibiting Food Intake by Regulatory Actions Within the Hypothalamus

    doi: 10.3389/fendo.2021.681647

    Figure Lengend Snippet: Receptor specificity for SPX inhibition on food consumption in mice. (A) RT-PCR for GalR2 and GalR3 expression in the liver, brain and hypothalamus. Total RNA isolated from target tissues was used for RT-PCR with primers for GalR2 and GalR3, respectively, with GAPDH as internal control and PCR with no template as negative control (“-ve Ctrl”). (B) Western blot of GalR2 and GalR3 expression in the brain and hypothalamus. Tissue lysate was prepared from mouse brain and hypothalamus and subjected to SDS- PAGE and Western blot using th e antibody (Ab) for GalR2 and GalR3, respectively, with β actin as loading control. To confirm the specificity of immunoblotting, Western blot was also conducted with antibodies pre-absorbed with the synthetic peptides for GalR2/3 used to raise the antibody provided by the company. (C) GalR2 and GalR3 blockade on the inhibitory effect of SPX on food intake in mice. IP injection of SPX (5 nmol/mouse) was performed at 10:00 am with/without co-treatment of the GalR2 antagonist M871 (50 nmol/mouse) or GalR3 antagonist SNAP (50 nmol/mouse) to test the effect on food consumption occurred during the first hour in dark phase. (D) Effect of GalR2 activation on food consumption in mice. In parallel experiment, IP injection of the GalR2 agonist dN1-Qu (10 nmol/mouse) was conducted with SPX treatment (10 nmol/mouse) as positive control. For the data presented, the groups denoted by different letters represent a significant difference at p

    Article Snippet: RT-PCR was conducted using primers for mouse GalR2 and GalR3 with PCR conditions as described in and parallel PCR for GAPDH was used as the internal control.

    Techniques: Inhibition, Mouse Assay, Reverse Transcription Polymerase Chain Reaction, Expressing, Isolation, Polymerase Chain Reaction, Negative Control, Western Blot, SDS Page, Injection, Activation Assay, Positive Control