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    1) Product Images from "The stronger downregulation of in vitro and in vivo innate antiviral responses by a very virulent strain of infectious bursal disease virus (IBDV), compared to a classical strain, is mediated, in part, by the VP4 protein"

    Article Title: The stronger downregulation of in vitro and in vivo innate antiviral responses by a very virulent strain of infectious bursal disease virus (IBDV), compared to a classical strain, is mediated, in part, by the VP4 protein

    Journal: bioRxiv

    doi: 10.1101/2019.12.17.879437

    The expression of type I IFN and pro-inflammatory genes was significantly reduced in B cells infected with strain UK661 compared to strain F52/70 in vitro . DT40 Cells were infected at an MOI of 0.1 with either the UK661 or F52/70 IBDV strains, or mock-infected with media alone and RNA was extracted from the cells at the indicated time points post-infection. RNA was reverse transcribed and amplified by qPCR using specific primer sets. The CT values were normalised to the housekeeping gene RPLPO and the log 10 fold change in virus gene expression determined for the infected samples relative to the mock-infected samples in a ΔΔCT analysis and plotted (A). The log 2 fold change in host-cell gene expression was also determined for the infected samples relative to the mock-infected samples in a ΔΔCT analysis and plotted (B-G). Data subsequently passed a Shapiro-Wilk normality test before being analysed by a one-way ANOVA and a Tukey’s multiple comparison test (*P
    Figure Legend Snippet: The expression of type I IFN and pro-inflammatory genes was significantly reduced in B cells infected with strain UK661 compared to strain F52/70 in vitro . DT40 Cells were infected at an MOI of 0.1 with either the UK661 or F52/70 IBDV strains, or mock-infected with media alone and RNA was extracted from the cells at the indicated time points post-infection. RNA was reverse transcribed and amplified by qPCR using specific primer sets. The CT values were normalised to the housekeeping gene RPLPO and the log 10 fold change in virus gene expression determined for the infected samples relative to the mock-infected samples in a ΔΔCT analysis and plotted (A). The log 2 fold change in host-cell gene expression was also determined for the infected samples relative to the mock-infected samples in a ΔΔCT analysis and plotted (B-G). Data subsequently passed a Shapiro-Wilk normality test before being analysed by a one-way ANOVA and a Tukey’s multiple comparison test (*P

    Techniques Used: Expressing, Infection, In Vitro, Amplification, Real-time Polymerase Chain Reaction

    The UK661 strain was more virulent than the F52/70 strain, but both strains replicated to the same peak titre in vivo . Birds were checked twice daily by two independent observers for clinical signs and a Kaplan Meier survival curve plotted of mock- (black), F52/70- (pink) and UK661- (grey) inoculated birds that reached their humane end points (clinical score of 11) (A). Clinical signs were quantified by a scoring system and divided into mild (1-7) and moderate (8-11). Each bird was assigned a clinical score at the indicated time points post-infection (B). Six birds per group were humanely culled at 24 and 48 hours post-infection (hpi), one F52/70 and three UK661-infected birds reached their humane end-points at 54 hpi and the remaining birds were culled at 72 hpi. The bursa of Fabricius was harvested at necropsy and the log 10 fold change in viral RNA copies/g tissue determined by RT-qPCR (C). The infectious titre was determined by titration onto DT40 cells in the method described by Reed Muench. Virus titres were expressed as log 10 TCID 50 /g of tissue (D). The horizontal lines are the mean values. Data passed a Shapiro-Wilk normality test before analysis using a two-tailed unpaired Student’s t-test (*P
    Figure Legend Snippet: The UK661 strain was more virulent than the F52/70 strain, but both strains replicated to the same peak titre in vivo . Birds were checked twice daily by two independent observers for clinical signs and a Kaplan Meier survival curve plotted of mock- (black), F52/70- (pink) and UK661- (grey) inoculated birds that reached their humane end points (clinical score of 11) (A). Clinical signs were quantified by a scoring system and divided into mild (1-7) and moderate (8-11). Each bird was assigned a clinical score at the indicated time points post-infection (B). Six birds per group were humanely culled at 24 and 48 hours post-infection (hpi), one F52/70 and three UK661-infected birds reached their humane end-points at 54 hpi and the remaining birds were culled at 72 hpi. The bursa of Fabricius was harvested at necropsy and the log 10 fold change in viral RNA copies/g tissue determined by RT-qPCR (C). The infectious titre was determined by titration onto DT40 cells in the method described by Reed Muench. Virus titres were expressed as log 10 TCID 50 /g of tissue (D). The horizontal lines are the mean values. Data passed a Shapiro-Wilk normality test before analysis using a two-tailed unpaired Student’s t-test (*P

    Techniques Used: In Vivo, Infection, Quantitative RT-PCR, Titration, Two Tailed Test

    The ability of the UK661 VP4 protein to antagonise type I IFN responses was reduced in the context of the whole virus in vitro . Birds were inoculated with 1.8×10 3 TCID 50 of the PBG98, PBG98-VP4 UK661 and PBG98-VP4 F52/70 viruses, and the bursa of Fabricius was harvested at necropsy from 6 birds per group at 2, 4 and 14 days post-inoculation. RNA was extracted prior to reverse transcription to cDNA and qPCR amplification with virus-specific primers. CT values were normalised to a housekeeping gene and expressed as log 10 fold change viral RNA relative to mock-infected samples as per the ΔΔCT method. The data passed a Shapiro-Wilk normality test before being analysed using a two-way ANOVA (not significant) (A). At 2 and 4 days post-inoculation, cDNA was amplified by qPCR for a panel genes: IFNα (B), IFNβ (C), Mx1 (D), IL-1β (E), and IL-8 (F). The CT values were normalised to the housekeeping gene RPLPO and expressed relative to mock-infected samples using the ΔΔCT method. Data are representative of at least three replicate experiments and passed a Shapiro-Wilk normality test before analysis using a two-tailed unpaired Student’s t-test (*P
    Figure Legend Snippet: The ability of the UK661 VP4 protein to antagonise type I IFN responses was reduced in the context of the whole virus in vitro . Birds were inoculated with 1.8×10 3 TCID 50 of the PBG98, PBG98-VP4 UK661 and PBG98-VP4 F52/70 viruses, and the bursa of Fabricius was harvested at necropsy from 6 birds per group at 2, 4 and 14 days post-inoculation. RNA was extracted prior to reverse transcription to cDNA and qPCR amplification with virus-specific primers. CT values were normalised to a housekeeping gene and expressed as log 10 fold change viral RNA relative to mock-infected samples as per the ΔΔCT method. The data passed a Shapiro-Wilk normality test before being analysed using a two-way ANOVA (not significant) (A). At 2 and 4 days post-inoculation, cDNA was amplified by qPCR for a panel genes: IFNα (B), IFNβ (C), Mx1 (D), IL-1β (E), and IL-8 (F). The CT values were normalised to the housekeeping gene RPLPO and expressed relative to mock-infected samples using the ΔΔCT method. Data are representative of at least three replicate experiments and passed a Shapiro-Wilk normality test before analysis using a two-tailed unpaired Student’s t-test (*P

    Techniques Used: In Vitro, Real-time Polymerase Chain Reaction, Amplification, Infection, Two Tailed Test

    The ability of the UK661 VP4 protein to antagonise type I IFN responses was reduced in the context of the whole virus in vitro . DF-1 cells were infected with PBG98, PBG98-VP4 UK661 and PBG98-VP4 F52/70 viruses at an MOI of 1, before RNA was extracted at the indicated time points post-infection and reverse transcribed. Virus specific primers were used to amplify the cDNA by quantitative PCR, the CT values were normalised to the housekeeping gene RPLPO and the log 10 fold change in virus gene expression was determined for the infected samples relative to the mock-infected controls in a ΔΔCT analysis and plotted. A Kruskal-Wallis test was performed with a Dunn’s multiple comparison test where no significant difference was found at any time point between the three viruses (A). A panel of genes, IFNα (B), IFNβ (C), Mx1 (D), IL-1β (E), and IL-8 (F), were amplified by quantitative PCR using specific primer sets for target genes, before the CT values were normalised to the housekeeping gene RPLPO and the log 2 fold change in gene expression determined for the infected samples relative to the mock-infected controls in a ΔΔCT analysis and plotted. Data are representative of at least three replicate experiments and passed a Shapiro-Wilk normality test before analysis using a two-tailed unpaired Student’s t-test (*P
    Figure Legend Snippet: The ability of the UK661 VP4 protein to antagonise type I IFN responses was reduced in the context of the whole virus in vitro . DF-1 cells were infected with PBG98, PBG98-VP4 UK661 and PBG98-VP4 F52/70 viruses at an MOI of 1, before RNA was extracted at the indicated time points post-infection and reverse transcribed. Virus specific primers were used to amplify the cDNA by quantitative PCR, the CT values were normalised to the housekeeping gene RPLPO and the log 10 fold change in virus gene expression was determined for the infected samples relative to the mock-infected controls in a ΔΔCT analysis and plotted. A Kruskal-Wallis test was performed with a Dunn’s multiple comparison test where no significant difference was found at any time point between the three viruses (A). A panel of genes, IFNα (B), IFNβ (C), Mx1 (D), IL-1β (E), and IL-8 (F), were amplified by quantitative PCR using specific primer sets for target genes, before the CT values were normalised to the housekeeping gene RPLPO and the log 2 fold change in gene expression determined for the infected samples relative to the mock-infected controls in a ΔΔCT analysis and plotted. Data are representative of at least three replicate experiments and passed a Shapiro-Wilk normality test before analysis using a two-tailed unpaired Student’s t-test (*P

    Techniques Used: In Vitro, Infection, Real-time Polymerase Chain Reaction, Expressing, Amplification, Two Tailed Test

    The expression of type I IFN and pro-inflammatory genes was significantly reduced in BF tissue harvested from birds infected with strain UK661 compared to strain F52/70 in vivo . The bursa of Fabricius was harvested from mock and infected birds at necropsy and RNA extracted. RNA was reverse transcribed and amplified by quantitative PCR using specific primer sets for target genes. The CT values were normalised to the housekeeping gene RPLPO and the log 2 fold change in gene expression determined for the infected samples relative to the mock-infected samples in a ΔΔCT analysis and plotted for individual birds. The horizontal lines are the mean values. Data are representative of at least three replicate experiments and passed a Shapiro-Wilk normality test before analysis using a two-tailed unpaired Student’s t-test (*P
    Figure Legend Snippet: The expression of type I IFN and pro-inflammatory genes was significantly reduced in BF tissue harvested from birds infected with strain UK661 compared to strain F52/70 in vivo . The bursa of Fabricius was harvested from mock and infected birds at necropsy and RNA extracted. RNA was reverse transcribed and amplified by quantitative PCR using specific primer sets for target genes. The CT values were normalised to the housekeeping gene RPLPO and the log 2 fold change in gene expression determined for the infected samples relative to the mock-infected samples in a ΔΔCT analysis and plotted for individual birds. The horizontal lines are the mean values. Data are representative of at least three replicate experiments and passed a Shapiro-Wilk normality test before analysis using a two-tailed unpaired Student’s t-test (*P

    Techniques Used: Expressing, Infection, In Vivo, Amplification, Real-time Polymerase Chain Reaction, Two Tailed Test

    2) Product Images from "DNA mismatch repair controls the host innate response and cell fate after influenza virus infection"

    Article Title: DNA mismatch repair controls the host innate response and cell fate after influenza virus infection

    Journal: Nature microbiology

    doi: 10.1038/s41564-019-0509-3

    Loss of DNA MMR activity reduces the innate antiviral transcriptional response against influenza A virus. (a) NanoLuc reporter expression and (b) relative cell viability in H441 cells that have been treated with PBS or H2O2 (for 30 min). Data shown as mean ± SD, n=4 independent samples. (c) Fold change of Mx1 RNA levels in H441 cells following treatment with PBS or IFN-alpha +/− H2O2 treatment (for 30 min). Data shown as mean ± SD, n=4 independent samples. (d) Western blot for Mx1 in H441 cells following the specified treatments. Tubulin = loading control. (e) NanoLuc reporter expression and (f) relative cell viability in H441 cells following the specified treatments. Data shown as mean ± SD, n=4 independent samples. (g) Median fluorescent intensity of the ISRE-GFP reporter in 293T cells following the specified treatments. Data shown as mean ± SD, n=3 independent samples. (h) Model depicting the role of DNA MMR in preserving antiviral gene expression. (i) RNAseq data showing fold change of mRNA levels in H441 cells comparing PR8-infected cells transfected with non-targeting siRNA (black) or MSH2+MSH6 siRNA (blue) to mock-infected cells. Inset is a magnified view of all genes induced > 5-fold in PR8-infected cells treated with non-targeting siRNA. (j) Chart grouping all of the genes induced > 5-fold in PR8-infected cells based on the effect MMR knockdown has on their mRNA levels. (k) Heat map displaying the effect of MMR knockdown on ISG and antiviral genes from the group of genes displayed in j. (l-o) Fold induction of (l) IFI44L and (n) IFIT1 RNA levels after viral infection as well as the difference in infection-induced (m) IFI44L and (o) IFIT1 RNA levels (48 hpi) after knockdown of control or MMR genes. Data shown as mean ± SD, n=4 independent samples. Data are representative of at least three independent experiments. (p) Western blot of IFIT1 in H441 cells following the specified treatments. Tubulin = loading control. For all panels: p-values calculated using unpaired two-tailed t tests; representative of two independent experiments, unless otherwise indicated.
    Figure Legend Snippet: Loss of DNA MMR activity reduces the innate antiviral transcriptional response against influenza A virus. (a) NanoLuc reporter expression and (b) relative cell viability in H441 cells that have been treated with PBS or H2O2 (for 30 min). Data shown as mean ± SD, n=4 independent samples. (c) Fold change of Mx1 RNA levels in H441 cells following treatment with PBS or IFN-alpha +/− H2O2 treatment (for 30 min). Data shown as mean ± SD, n=4 independent samples. (d) Western blot for Mx1 in H441 cells following the specified treatments. Tubulin = loading control. (e) NanoLuc reporter expression and (f) relative cell viability in H441 cells following the specified treatments. Data shown as mean ± SD, n=4 independent samples. (g) Median fluorescent intensity of the ISRE-GFP reporter in 293T cells following the specified treatments. Data shown as mean ± SD, n=3 independent samples. (h) Model depicting the role of DNA MMR in preserving antiviral gene expression. (i) RNAseq data showing fold change of mRNA levels in H441 cells comparing PR8-infected cells transfected with non-targeting siRNA (black) or MSH2+MSH6 siRNA (blue) to mock-infected cells. Inset is a magnified view of all genes induced > 5-fold in PR8-infected cells treated with non-targeting siRNA. (j) Chart grouping all of the genes induced > 5-fold in PR8-infected cells based on the effect MMR knockdown has on their mRNA levels. (k) Heat map displaying the effect of MMR knockdown on ISG and antiviral genes from the group of genes displayed in j. (l-o) Fold induction of (l) IFI44L and (n) IFIT1 RNA levels after viral infection as well as the difference in infection-induced (m) IFI44L and (o) IFIT1 RNA levels (48 hpi) after knockdown of control or MMR genes. Data shown as mean ± SD, n=4 independent samples. Data are representative of at least three independent experiments. (p) Western blot of IFIT1 in H441 cells following the specified treatments. Tubulin = loading control. For all panels: p-values calculated using unpaired two-tailed t tests; representative of two independent experiments, unless otherwise indicated.

    Techniques Used: Activity Assay, Expressing, Western Blot, Preserving, Infection, Transfection, Two Tailed Test

    3) Product Images from "CAPA neuropeptides and their receptor form an anti-diuretic hormone signaling system in the human disease vector, Aedes aegypti"

    Article Title: CAPA neuropeptides and their receptor form an anti-diuretic hormone signaling system in the human disease vector, Aedes aegypti

    Journal: Scientific Reports

    doi: 10.1038/s41598-020-58731-y

    RNA interference (RNAi) of CAPAr abolishes anti-diuretic activity of CAPA neuropeptide on adult female A. aegypti MTs. ( A ) Verification of significant knockdown ( > 75%) of CAPAr transcript in MTs of four-day old adult female A. aegypti by RNAi achieved through injection of dsCAPAr on day one post-eclosion. ( B ) Functional consequences of CAPAr knockdown demonstrating loss of anti-diuretic hormone activity by Aedae CAPA-1 against Drome DH 31 -stimulated fluid secretion by MTs. In ( A ), knockdown of CAPAr transcript was analyzed by one-tailed t-test (* denotes significant knockdown, p
    Figure Legend Snippet: RNA interference (RNAi) of CAPAr abolishes anti-diuretic activity of CAPA neuropeptide on adult female A. aegypti MTs. ( A ) Verification of significant knockdown ( > 75%) of CAPAr transcript in MTs of four-day old adult female A. aegypti by RNAi achieved through injection of dsCAPAr on day one post-eclosion. ( B ) Functional consequences of CAPAr knockdown demonstrating loss of anti-diuretic hormone activity by Aedae CAPA-1 against Drome DH 31 -stimulated fluid secretion by MTs. In ( A ), knockdown of CAPAr transcript was analyzed by one-tailed t-test (* denotes significant knockdown, p

    Techniques Used: Activity Assay, Injection, Functional Assay, One-tailed Test

    4) Product Images from "lncRNA CASC2 downregulation participates in rheumatoid arthritis, and CASC2 overexpression promotes the apoptosis of fibroblast-like synoviocytes by downregulating IL-17"

    Article Title: lncRNA CASC2 downregulation participates in rheumatoid arthritis, and CASC2 overexpression promotes the apoptosis of fibroblast-like synoviocytes by downregulating IL-17

    Journal: Molecular Medicine Reports

    doi: 10.3892/mmr.2020.11018

    lncRNA CASC2 is downregulated, while IL-17 is upregulated in the plasma of RA patients. (A) Relative expression of lncRNA CASC2 was normalized to the patients with the lowest expression level. qPCR results showed that, compared with the healthy controls, plasma levels of lncRNA CASC2 were significantly decreased in patients with RA. (B) In contrast, ELISA results showed that plasma IL-17 was upregulated in the plasma of RA patients when compared to that noted in the plasma of healthy controls (*P
    Figure Legend Snippet: lncRNA CASC2 is downregulated, while IL-17 is upregulated in the plasma of RA patients. (A) Relative expression of lncRNA CASC2 was normalized to the patients with the lowest expression level. qPCR results showed that, compared with the healthy controls, plasma levels of lncRNA CASC2 were significantly decreased in patients with RA. (B) In contrast, ELISA results showed that plasma IL-17 was upregulated in the plasma of RA patients when compared to that noted in the plasma of healthy controls (*P

    Techniques Used: Expressing, Real-time Polymerase Chain Reaction, Enzyme-linked Immunosorbent Assay

    lncRNA CASC2 is a potential upstream inhibitor of IL-17 in HFLSs. (A) Overexpression of lncRNA CASC2 inhibited IL-17 expression in HFLSs, while (B) treatment with IL-17 did not significantly affect the expression of lncRNA CASC2 (*P
    Figure Legend Snippet: lncRNA CASC2 is a potential upstream inhibitor of IL-17 in HFLSs. (A) Overexpression of lncRNA CASC2 inhibited IL-17 expression in HFLSs, while (B) treatment with IL-17 did not significantly affect the expression of lncRNA CASC2 (*P

    Techniques Used: Over Expression, Expressing

    Altered plasma levels of lncRNA CASC2 and IL-17 differentiate RA patients from healthy controls. ROC curve analysis showed that altered plasma levels of (A) lncRNA CASC2 and (B) IL-17 were able to differentiate RA patients from healthy controls. CASC2, lncRNA cancer susceptibility candidate 2; IL-17, interleukin-17; RA, rheumatoid arthritis.
    Figure Legend Snippet: Altered plasma levels of lncRNA CASC2 and IL-17 differentiate RA patients from healthy controls. ROC curve analysis showed that altered plasma levels of (A) lncRNA CASC2 and (B) IL-17 were able to differentiate RA patients from healthy controls. CASC2, lncRNA cancer susceptibility candidate 2; IL-17, interleukin-17; RA, rheumatoid arthritis.

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    lncRNA CASC2 overexpression promotes while IL-17 inhibits the apoptosis of HFLSs. (A and B) Overexpression of lncRNA CASC2 was reached after transfection in HFLSs isolated from 2 RA patients. (C and D) Overexpression of lncRNA CASC2 led to a significant promotion of the percentage of apoptosis in HFLSs isolated from 2 RA patients. In contrast, treatment with IL-17 at a dose of 10 ng/ml significantly inhibited the apoptosis of HFLSs. In addition, IL-17 treatment attenuated the promoting effect of lncRNA CASC2 overexpression on cell apoptosis (*P
    Figure Legend Snippet: lncRNA CASC2 overexpression promotes while IL-17 inhibits the apoptosis of HFLSs. (A and B) Overexpression of lncRNA CASC2 was reached after transfection in HFLSs isolated from 2 RA patients. (C and D) Overexpression of lncRNA CASC2 led to a significant promotion of the percentage of apoptosis in HFLSs isolated from 2 RA patients. In contrast, treatment with IL-17 at a dose of 10 ng/ml significantly inhibited the apoptosis of HFLSs. In addition, IL-17 treatment attenuated the promoting effect of lncRNA CASC2 overexpression on cell apoptosis (*P

    Techniques Used: Over Expression, Transfection, Isolation

    Plasma levels of lncRNA CASC2 and IL-17 are significantly and inversely correlated in both RA patients and healthy controls. Relative expression of lncRNA CASC2 was normalized to the patients with the lowest expression level. Pearson's correlation coefficient showed that plasma levels of lncRNA CASC2 and IL-17 were significantly and inversely correlated in both (A) RA patients and (B) healthy controls. CASC2, lncRNA cancer susceptibility candidate 2; IL-17, interleukin-17; RA, rheumatoid arthritis.
    Figure Legend Snippet: Plasma levels of lncRNA CASC2 and IL-17 are significantly and inversely correlated in both RA patients and healthy controls. Relative expression of lncRNA CASC2 was normalized to the patients with the lowest expression level. Pearson's correlation coefficient showed that plasma levels of lncRNA CASC2 and IL-17 were significantly and inversely correlated in both (A) RA patients and (B) healthy controls. CASC2, lncRNA cancer susceptibility candidate 2; IL-17, interleukin-17; RA, rheumatoid arthritis.

    Techniques Used: Expressing

    5) Product Images from "Direct Metatranscriptome RNA-seq and Multiplex RT-PCR Amplicon Sequencing on Nanopore MinION – Promising Strategies for Multiplex Identification of Viable Pathogens in Food"

    Article Title: Direct Metatranscriptome RNA-seq and Multiplex RT-PCR Amplicon Sequencing on Nanopore MinION – Promising Strategies for Multiplex Identification of Viable Pathogens in Food

    Journal: Frontiers in Microbiology

    doi: 10.3389/fmicb.2020.00514

    RT-qPCR and qPCR of E. coli O157:H7 from 0, 4, 8, 24, and 72 h growth in BHI. (A) The growth curve of E. coli O157:H7 at 0, 4, 8, 24, 72 h in BHI. The initial concentration was 3-log CFU/mL. (B) RT-qPCR for RNA collected from five time points. (C) qPCR for 0–72 h RNA as the negative control (NC) for DNA contamination – no DNA contamination was found in those samples. (D) qPCR for DNA collected from five time points. (E) The melting curve analysis of RT-qPCR for 0–72 h RNA.
    Figure Legend Snippet: RT-qPCR and qPCR of E. coli O157:H7 from 0, 4, 8, 24, and 72 h growth in BHI. (A) The growth curve of E. coli O157:H7 at 0, 4, 8, 24, 72 h in BHI. The initial concentration was 3-log CFU/mL. (B) RT-qPCR for RNA collected from five time points. (C) qPCR for 0–72 h RNA as the negative control (NC) for DNA contamination – no DNA contamination was found in those samples. (D) qPCR for DNA collected from five time points. (E) The melting curve analysis of RT-qPCR for 0–72 h RNA.

    Techniques Used: Quantitative RT-PCR, Real-time Polymerase Chain Reaction, Concentration Assay, Negative Control

    Taxonomic and genus level bacterial classification of MinION R9.4 Rev D multiplex RT-PCR amplicon sequencing. (A) Taxonomy tree of BHI 334 4-h sample generated by EPI2ME. (B) Taxonomy tree of LJE 334 4-h sample generated by EPI2ME.
    Figure Legend Snippet: Taxonomic and genus level bacterial classification of MinION R9.4 Rev D multiplex RT-PCR amplicon sequencing. (A) Taxonomy tree of BHI 334 4-h sample generated by EPI2ME. (B) Taxonomy tree of LJE 334 4-h sample generated by EPI2ME.

    Techniques Used: Multiplex Assay, Reverse Transcription Polymerase Chain Reaction, Amplification, Sequencing, Generated

    6) Product Images from "Genome Assembly and Annotation of the Trichoplusia ni Tni-FNL Insect Cell Line Enabled by Long-Read Technologies"

    Article Title: Genome Assembly and Annotation of the Trichoplusia ni Tni-FNL Insect Cell Line Enabled by Long-Read Technologies

    Journal: Genes

    doi: 10.3390/genes10020079

    Functional annotation of the Tni-FNL ( Trichoplusia ni ), B. mori and D. melanogaster results comparison. The circos plot describes the shared cellular components, molecular functions and biological processes among the three species.
    Figure Legend Snippet: Functional annotation of the Tni-FNL ( Trichoplusia ni ), B. mori and D. melanogaster results comparison. The circos plot describes the shared cellular components, molecular functions and biological processes among the three species.

    Techniques Used: Functional Assay

    7) Product Images from "An anti-diuretic hormone receptor in the human disease vector, Aedes aegypti: identification, expression analysis and functional deorphanization"

    Article Title: An anti-diuretic hormone receptor in the human disease vector, Aedes aegypti: identification, expression analysis and functional deorphanization

    Journal: bioRxiv

    doi: 10.1101/799833

    RNA interference (RNAi) of CAPAr abolishes anti-diuretic activity of CAPA neuropeptide on adult female A. aegypti MTs. (A) Verification of significant knockdown ( > 75%) of CAPAr transcript in MTs of four-day old adult female A. aegypti by RNAi achieved through injection of dsCAPAr on day one post-eclosion. (B) Functional consequences of CAPAr knockdown demonstrating loss of anti-diuretic hormone activity by Aedae CAPA-1 against Drome DH 31 -stimulated fluid secretion by MTs. In (A), knockdown of CAPAr transcript was analyzed by one-tailed t-test (* denotes significant knockdown, p
    Figure Legend Snippet: RNA interference (RNAi) of CAPAr abolishes anti-diuretic activity of CAPA neuropeptide on adult female A. aegypti MTs. (A) Verification of significant knockdown ( > 75%) of CAPAr transcript in MTs of four-day old adult female A. aegypti by RNAi achieved through injection of dsCAPAr on day one post-eclosion. (B) Functional consequences of CAPAr knockdown demonstrating loss of anti-diuretic hormone activity by Aedae CAPA-1 against Drome DH 31 -stimulated fluid secretion by MTs. In (A), knockdown of CAPAr transcript was analyzed by one-tailed t-test (* denotes significant knockdown, p

    Techniques Used: Activity Assay, Injection, Functional Assay, One-tailed Test

    8) Product Images from "Towards deorphanizing G protein-coupled receptors of Schistosoma mansoni using the MALAR yeast two-hybrid system"

    Article Title: Towards deorphanizing G protein-coupled receptors of Schistosoma mansoni using the MALAR yeast two-hybrid system

    Journal: Parasitology

    doi: 10.1017/S0031182019001756

    Full-length expression of S. mansoni GPCRs in S. cerevisiae . Wild type or optimized CDSs of GPCRs were transformed into yeast strain AH109. RNA was isolated and transcribed into cDNA. Specific primer pairs were used to amplify corresponding GPCRs (numbers 1-7) by RT-PCR, and resulting amplicons were size-separated on a 1% agarose gel (M = marker, bp = base pair). The absence of reverse transcriptase (-RT) during cDNA synthesis or cDNA synthesis without template (H2O) served as negative controls. RNA isolated from S. mansoni served as a positive control for full-length transcripts. In each case, amplicons of the expected sizes were obtained.
    Figure Legend Snippet: Full-length expression of S. mansoni GPCRs in S. cerevisiae . Wild type or optimized CDSs of GPCRs were transformed into yeast strain AH109. RNA was isolated and transcribed into cDNA. Specific primer pairs were used to amplify corresponding GPCRs (numbers 1-7) by RT-PCR, and resulting amplicons were size-separated on a 1% agarose gel (M = marker, bp = base pair). The absence of reverse transcriptase (-RT) during cDNA synthesis or cDNA synthesis without template (H2O) served as negative controls. RNA isolated from S. mansoni served as a positive control for full-length transcripts. In each case, amplicons of the expected sizes were obtained.

    Techniques Used: Expressing, Transformation Assay, Isolation, Reverse Transcription Polymerase Chain Reaction, Agarose Gel Electrophoresis, Marker, Positive Control

    9) Product Images from "Merkel Cell Polyomavirus Small Tumor Antigen Activates Matrix Metallopeptidase-9 Gene Expression for Cell Migration and Invasion"

    Article Title: Merkel Cell Polyomavirus Small Tumor Antigen Activates Matrix Metallopeptidase-9 Gene Expression for Cell Migration and Invasion

    Journal: bioRxiv

    doi: 10.1101/2020.03.02.974303

    MCV sT activates Matrix metalloproteinase 9 (MMP-9). (A) MCV sT expression results in upregulation of MMP-9 mRNA levels. Various cell lines (293, COS-7, MCC13 and U2OS) were transfected with either empty vector or MCV sT WT expressing plasmids to measure MMP-9 mRNA levels. After 48 h, total RNA was isolated and analyzed by RT-qPCR. (B) MCV sT upregulates MMP-9 transcription through the LSD. U2OS and MCC13 cells transfected with empty vector control, MCV sT WT and MCV sT LSDm expressing plasmids. Transcript levels of MMP-9 were analyzed using the comparative ΔΔCt method. (n = 3). Differences between means ( p value) were analyzed using a t-test with GraphPad Prism software. (C) MCV sT upregulates MMP-9 protein expression through the LSD. U2OS cells were transfected with empty vector, sT WT and sT LSDm expression plasmids. After 48 h, immunoblot analysis was performed to analyze expression of MMP-9, sT and α-tubulin (Ci). Densitometry quantification of immunoblots was carried out using the Image studio software and is shown as a fold change relative to the loading control α-tubulin (Cii). Data analyzed using three biological replicates per experiment (n = 3). (D) MCV sT reproducibly activates MMP-9 expression in MCC13.
    Figure Legend Snippet: MCV sT activates Matrix metalloproteinase 9 (MMP-9). (A) MCV sT expression results in upregulation of MMP-9 mRNA levels. Various cell lines (293, COS-7, MCC13 and U2OS) were transfected with either empty vector or MCV sT WT expressing plasmids to measure MMP-9 mRNA levels. After 48 h, total RNA was isolated and analyzed by RT-qPCR. (B) MCV sT upregulates MMP-9 transcription through the LSD. U2OS and MCC13 cells transfected with empty vector control, MCV sT WT and MCV sT LSDm expressing plasmids. Transcript levels of MMP-9 were analyzed using the comparative ΔΔCt method. (n = 3). Differences between means ( p value) were analyzed using a t-test with GraphPad Prism software. (C) MCV sT upregulates MMP-9 protein expression through the LSD. U2OS cells were transfected with empty vector, sT WT and sT LSDm expression plasmids. After 48 h, immunoblot analysis was performed to analyze expression of MMP-9, sT and α-tubulin (Ci). Densitometry quantification of immunoblots was carried out using the Image studio software and is shown as a fold change relative to the loading control α-tubulin (Cii). Data analyzed using three biological replicates per experiment (n = 3). (D) MCV sT reproducibly activates MMP-9 expression in MCC13.

    Techniques Used: Expressing, Transfection, Plasmid Preparation, Isolation, Quantitative RT-PCR, Software, Western Blot

    MCV sT leads to differential expression of proteins associated with epithelial to mesenchymal transition (EMT). (A) Quantitative proteomics analysis illustrating differential expression of EMT associated proteins upon MCV sT expression. Proteins associated with cell adhesion and structural integrity of the extracellular matrix are downregulated upon MCV sT expression. While expression of proteins which encourage cell migration by reorganization of the actin network and microtubule destabilization are upregulated. (B) MCV sT regulates EMT-associated gene expression. MCC13 cells were transfected with control or MCV sT expression plasmids. While epithelial markers were downregulated, mesenchymal markers were significantly upregulated upon MCV sT expression. Cellular RNA was extracted using a trizol reagent and transcript levels were analyzed by RT-qPCR using the comparative ΔΔCt method (n = 3).
    Figure Legend Snippet: MCV sT leads to differential expression of proteins associated with epithelial to mesenchymal transition (EMT). (A) Quantitative proteomics analysis illustrating differential expression of EMT associated proteins upon MCV sT expression. Proteins associated with cell adhesion and structural integrity of the extracellular matrix are downregulated upon MCV sT expression. While expression of proteins which encourage cell migration by reorganization of the actin network and microtubule destabilization are upregulated. (B) MCV sT regulates EMT-associated gene expression. MCC13 cells were transfected with control or MCV sT expression plasmids. While epithelial markers were downregulated, mesenchymal markers were significantly upregulated upon MCV sT expression. Cellular RNA was extracted using a trizol reagent and transcript levels were analyzed by RT-qPCR using the comparative ΔΔCt method (n = 3).

    Techniques Used: Expressing, Migration, Transfection, Quantitative RT-PCR

    10) Product Images from "ETV7 represses a subset of interferon-stimulated genes that restrict influenza viruses"

    Article Title: ETV7 represses a subset of interferon-stimulated genes that restrict influenza viruses

    Journal: bioRxiv

    doi: 10.1101/851543

    ETV7 differentially regulates ISGs during the type I IFN response based on ISRE-related regulatory elements. A) Dendrogram of genes most differentially expressed in cells overexpressing either a control protein (mCherry) or ETV7 before and after IFN-α treatment (100 U/mL, 9 h) as measured using RNA sequencing. Three independent, biological replicates per condition. Red box highlights control samples, yellow box highlights ETV7-expressing samples, shading indicates IFN-stimulated samples. The box width indicates the linkage distance between samples before and after IFN, indicating control cells’ transcriptional profile is more diverged after IFN treatment compared to ETV7-expressing cells. B) Heat map displaying RNA levels of genes upregulated at least two-fold following IFN-α treatment (100 U/mL, 9 h) in control cells. Expression was normalized to control cells after IFN treatment (averaged across replicates). Yellow = downregulated, blue = upregulated. C,D) Motif counts in promoter regions (−1000 bp, +500 bp) for the genes most and least affected by ETV7 overexpression in the RNA sequencing results. ETS sites (GGAA) highlighted in yellow. P-values calculated using unpaired, two-tailed Mann-Whitney U tests (*p
    Figure Legend Snippet: ETV7 differentially regulates ISGs during the type I IFN response based on ISRE-related regulatory elements. A) Dendrogram of genes most differentially expressed in cells overexpressing either a control protein (mCherry) or ETV7 before and after IFN-α treatment (100 U/mL, 9 h) as measured using RNA sequencing. Three independent, biological replicates per condition. Red box highlights control samples, yellow box highlights ETV7-expressing samples, shading indicates IFN-stimulated samples. The box width indicates the linkage distance between samples before and after IFN, indicating control cells’ transcriptional profile is more diverged after IFN treatment compared to ETV7-expressing cells. B) Heat map displaying RNA levels of genes upregulated at least two-fold following IFN-α treatment (100 U/mL, 9 h) in control cells. Expression was normalized to control cells after IFN treatment (averaged across replicates). Yellow = downregulated, blue = upregulated. C,D) Motif counts in promoter regions (−1000 bp, +500 bp) for the genes most and least affected by ETV7 overexpression in the RNA sequencing results. ETS sites (GGAA) highlighted in yellow. P-values calculated using unpaired, two-tailed Mann-Whitney U tests (*p

    Techniques Used: RNA Sequencing Assay, Expressing, Over Expression, Two Tailed Test, MANN-WHITNEY

    ETV7 loss enhances expression of specific ISGs. A) ISG15 and ETV7 mRNA levels in A549 lung epithelial cells after IFN-α treatment (1000 U/mL, 6 h) (data shown as mean ± SD, n=4). B) Percentage of A549 cells expressing GFP from IFNrsp reporter after knockout of ETV7 and IFN-α treatment (1000 U/mL, 6 h) (data shown as mean ± SD, n=3, statistical analysis represents p-values for both of the two ETV7 KO sgRNAs compared to a non-targeting control). C) mRNA levels of ETV7 in non-targeting control and ETV7 KO A549 cells after IFN-α treatment (1000 U/mL, 6 h) (data shown as mean ± SD, n=4). D,E) Representative genes were chosen from the groups D) most affected by ETV7 (Group I) and E) least affected (Groups II and III) in the RNA sequencing analysis ( Fig. 4B ). Each gene’s potential ISRE sequences (ETS sites highlighted in yellow) are shown, along with its mRNA levels in control and ETV7 KO cells after IFN-α treatment (1000 U/mL, 6 h) (data shown as mean ± SD, n=4). For all panels: Data shown are representative of two independent experiments. P-values calculated using unpaired, two-tailed Student’s t-tests (*p
    Figure Legend Snippet: ETV7 loss enhances expression of specific ISGs. A) ISG15 and ETV7 mRNA levels in A549 lung epithelial cells after IFN-α treatment (1000 U/mL, 6 h) (data shown as mean ± SD, n=4). B) Percentage of A549 cells expressing GFP from IFNrsp reporter after knockout of ETV7 and IFN-α treatment (1000 U/mL, 6 h) (data shown as mean ± SD, n=3, statistical analysis represents p-values for both of the two ETV7 KO sgRNAs compared to a non-targeting control). C) mRNA levels of ETV7 in non-targeting control and ETV7 KO A549 cells after IFN-α treatment (1000 U/mL, 6 h) (data shown as mean ± SD, n=4). D,E) Representative genes were chosen from the groups D) most affected by ETV7 (Group I) and E) least affected (Groups II and III) in the RNA sequencing analysis ( Fig. 4B ). Each gene’s potential ISRE sequences (ETS sites highlighted in yellow) are shown, along with its mRNA levels in control and ETV7 KO cells after IFN-α treatment (1000 U/mL, 6 h) (data shown as mean ± SD, n=4). For all panels: Data shown are representative of two independent experiments. P-values calculated using unpaired, two-tailed Student’s t-tests (*p

    Techniques Used: Expressing, Knock-Out, RNA Sequencing Assay, Two Tailed Test

    11) Product Images from "Ascorbate sensitizes human osteosarcoma cells to the cytostatic effects of cisplatin, et al. Ascorbate sensitizes human osteosarcoma cells to the cytostatic effects of cisplatin"

    Article Title: Ascorbate sensitizes human osteosarcoma cells to the cytostatic effects of cisplatin, et al. Ascorbate sensitizes human osteosarcoma cells to the cytostatic effects of cisplatin

    Journal: Pharmacology Research & Perspectives

    doi: 10.1002/prp2.632

    Ascorbate enhances the effect of cisplatin in osteosarcoma cells. A‐C, U2OS cells (1500 cells) were treated with cisplatin (0‐100 µmol/L) (A), ascorbate (0‐100 µmol/L) (B), and cisplatin (0‐100 µmol/L) plus ascorbate (1, 10, and 30 µmol/L) (C) for 96 h. D‐F, 143B cells (1,500 cells) were treated with cisplatin (0‐100 µmol/L) (D), ascorbate (0‐100 µmol/L) (E), and cisplatin (0‐100 µmol/L) plus ascorbate (1, 10, and 30 µmol/L) (F) for 96 h. G‐I, Nonmalignant human lung fibroblast, IMR‐90 cells (1,500 cells), were treated with cisplatin (0‐100 µmol/L) (G), ascorbate (0‐100 µmol/L) (H), and cisplatin (0‐100 µmol/L) plus ascorbate (1, 10, and 30 µmol/L) (I) for 96 h. Cell viability was quantified by the cell viability assay. The data represent the mean ± SD of triplicate samples from three independent experiments. * P
    Figure Legend Snippet: Ascorbate enhances the effect of cisplatin in osteosarcoma cells. A‐C, U2OS cells (1500 cells) were treated with cisplatin (0‐100 µmol/L) (A), ascorbate (0‐100 µmol/L) (B), and cisplatin (0‐100 µmol/L) plus ascorbate (1, 10, and 30 µmol/L) (C) for 96 h. D‐F, 143B cells (1,500 cells) were treated with cisplatin (0‐100 µmol/L) (D), ascorbate (0‐100 µmol/L) (E), and cisplatin (0‐100 µmol/L) plus ascorbate (1, 10, and 30 µmol/L) (F) for 96 h. G‐I, Nonmalignant human lung fibroblast, IMR‐90 cells (1,500 cells), were treated with cisplatin (0‐100 µmol/L) (G), ascorbate (0‐100 µmol/L) (H), and cisplatin (0‐100 µmol/L) plus ascorbate (1, 10, and 30 µmol/L) (I) for 96 h. Cell viability was quantified by the cell viability assay. The data represent the mean ± SD of triplicate samples from three independent experiments. * P

    Techniques Used: Viability Assay

    Ascorbate treatment sensitizes cisplatin‐resistant U2OS cells to cisplatin treatment. A, RNA sequence analysis revealed that ribosome biogenesis and mitochondrial respiration were enhanced in CisLS‐U2OS cells. B, Upregulation of Myc target genes in CisLS‐U2OS cells. C, Mitochondrial (basal respiration, ATP production, maximal respiration, and spare capacity) (left) and glycolytic functions (right) were measured by a flux analyzer in parental and CisLS‐U2OS cells (n = 3). D, Parental and CisLS‐U2OS cells (1x10 4 cells) were treated with cisplatin (0‐100 µmol/L) or cisplatin plus ascorbate (10 µmol/L) for 96 h and the number of live cells were measured by cell proliferation assay (n = 6). Data are presented as the mean ± SD from three independent experiments. * P
    Figure Legend Snippet: Ascorbate treatment sensitizes cisplatin‐resistant U2OS cells to cisplatin treatment. A, RNA sequence analysis revealed that ribosome biogenesis and mitochondrial respiration were enhanced in CisLS‐U2OS cells. B, Upregulation of Myc target genes in CisLS‐U2OS cells. C, Mitochondrial (basal respiration, ATP production, maximal respiration, and spare capacity) (left) and glycolytic functions (right) were measured by a flux analyzer in parental and CisLS‐U2OS cells (n = 3). D, Parental and CisLS‐U2OS cells (1x10 4 cells) were treated with cisplatin (0‐100 µmol/L) or cisplatin plus ascorbate (10 µmol/L) for 96 h and the number of live cells were measured by cell proliferation assay (n = 6). Data are presented as the mean ± SD from three independent experiments. * P

    Techniques Used: Sequencing, Proliferation Assay

    Ascorbate and cisplatin treatment alter mitochondrial respiration and glucose metabolism of U2OS cells. A, U2OS cells (1 × 10 4 cells) were treated with cisplatin (10 µmol/L), ascorbate (10 µmol/L), or cisplatin plus ascorbate for 96 h and the glycolytic functions (basal and compensatory glycolysis) were measured by a flux analyzer. Kinetics of the ECAR response of U2OS cells to ROT/AA (0.5 µmol/L) or 2‐DG (50 mmol/L) was measured by a flux analyzer. B, U2OS cells (1 × 10 4 cells) were treated with cisplatin (10 µmol/L), ascorbate (10 µmol/L), or both for 96 h and the mitochondrial functions (basal respiration, ATP production, maximal respiration, and spare capacity) were measured by a flux analyzer. Kinetics of the OCR response of U2OS cells to oligomycin (1.0 µmol/L), FCCP (1.0 µmol/L), or ROT/AA (0.5 µmol/L) was measured by a flux analyzer. The data represent the mean ± SD of triplicate samples from three independent experiments. * P
    Figure Legend Snippet: Ascorbate and cisplatin treatment alter mitochondrial respiration and glucose metabolism of U2OS cells. A, U2OS cells (1 × 10 4 cells) were treated with cisplatin (10 µmol/L), ascorbate (10 µmol/L), or cisplatin plus ascorbate for 96 h and the glycolytic functions (basal and compensatory glycolysis) were measured by a flux analyzer. Kinetics of the ECAR response of U2OS cells to ROT/AA (0.5 µmol/L) or 2‐DG (50 mmol/L) was measured by a flux analyzer. B, U2OS cells (1 × 10 4 cells) were treated with cisplatin (10 µmol/L), ascorbate (10 µmol/L), or both for 96 h and the mitochondrial functions (basal respiration, ATP production, maximal respiration, and spare capacity) were measured by a flux analyzer. Kinetics of the OCR response of U2OS cells to oligomycin (1.0 µmol/L), FCCP (1.0 µmol/L), or ROT/AA (0.5 µmol/L) was measured by a flux analyzer. The data represent the mean ± SD of triplicate samples from three independent experiments. * P

    Techniques Used:

    Ascorbate enhances ROS production in osteosarcoma cells. A, ROS levels in U2OS cells treated with cisplatin (0‐100 µmol/L) and ascorbate (10 µmol/L) for 96 h as measured by flow cytometry. Intracellular ROS levels were determined by measuring the mean fluorescence intensity (MFI) of DHE‐positive cells. MFI in the treated cells was expressed relative to MFI of the untreated cells (set at 1). B, ROS levels in U2OS cells measured by flow cytometry, 24, 48, and 96 h after treatment with cisplatin (0‐30 µmol/L) and ascorbate (10 µmol/L). MFI in the treated cells was expressed relative to MFI of the untreated cells (set at 1). C, U2OS cells were treated with cisplatin (10 µmol/L) and/or ascorbate (10 µmol/L) in the presence or absence of ROS scavenger NAC (2 mmol/L), 96 h after treatment and the number of γH2AX dots was counted. D, Immunostaining of γH2AX (green) and DAPI (blue). The data represent the mean ± SD of triplicate samples from three independent experiments. * P
    Figure Legend Snippet: Ascorbate enhances ROS production in osteosarcoma cells. A, ROS levels in U2OS cells treated with cisplatin (0‐100 µmol/L) and ascorbate (10 µmol/L) for 96 h as measured by flow cytometry. Intracellular ROS levels were determined by measuring the mean fluorescence intensity (MFI) of DHE‐positive cells. MFI in the treated cells was expressed relative to MFI of the untreated cells (set at 1). B, ROS levels in U2OS cells measured by flow cytometry, 24, 48, and 96 h after treatment with cisplatin (0‐30 µmol/L) and ascorbate (10 µmol/L). MFI in the treated cells was expressed relative to MFI of the untreated cells (set at 1). C, U2OS cells were treated with cisplatin (10 µmol/L) and/or ascorbate (10 µmol/L) in the presence or absence of ROS scavenger NAC (2 mmol/L), 96 h after treatment and the number of γH2AX dots was counted. D, Immunostaining of γH2AX (green) and DAPI (blue). The data represent the mean ± SD of triplicate samples from three independent experiments. * P

    Techniques Used: Flow Cytometry, Fluorescence, Immunostaining

    Cisplatin and ascorbate treatment affect the expression of rate‐limiting enzymes in glucose metabolism. qRT‐PCR analysis of the expression of hexokinase 2 (HK2), monocarboxylate transporter 4 (MCT4), glucose‐6‐phosphate dehydrogenase (G6PD), and lactate dehydrogenase A (LDHA) in U2OS cells treated with cisplatin (10 µmol/L), ascorbate (10 µmol/L), or both for 96 h in the presence or absence of NAC (2 mmol/L). HRPT1, control. Data are presented as the mean ± SD of triplicate samples from three independent experiments. * P
    Figure Legend Snippet: Cisplatin and ascorbate treatment affect the expression of rate‐limiting enzymes in glucose metabolism. qRT‐PCR analysis of the expression of hexokinase 2 (HK2), monocarboxylate transporter 4 (MCT4), glucose‐6‐phosphate dehydrogenase (G6PD), and lactate dehydrogenase A (LDHA) in U2OS cells treated with cisplatin (10 µmol/L), ascorbate (10 µmol/L), or both for 96 h in the presence or absence of NAC (2 mmol/L). HRPT1, control. Data are presented as the mean ± SD of triplicate samples from three independent experiments. * P

    Techniques Used: Expressing, Quantitative RT-PCR

    12) Product Images from "Glycoprotein Hormone Receptor Knockdown Leads to Reduced Reproductive Success in Male Aedes aegypti"

    Article Title: Glycoprotein Hormone Receptor Knockdown Leads to Reduced Reproductive Success in Male Aedes aegypti

    Journal: Frontiers in Physiology

    doi: 10.3389/fphys.2019.00266

    Distinct localization of LGR1 immunoreactivity in late-staged spermatids of adult A. aegypti testes. (A,C,E,G) Testes were stained with anti-LGR1 (green), (B,C) anti-gamma tubulin (red) as a marker for the centriole adjunct ( Dallai et al., 2016 ), (F,G) MitoTracker (red) to detect mitochondrial derivatives in flagella, and nuclei (blue). (C) LGR1 immunoreactivity co-localizes with gamma-tubulin at the centriole adjunct. (D) Transmission electron microscopy (TEM) image showing the centriole adjunct (arrow) is positioned between the nucleus (n) and flagella (f) of spermatids. (G) LGR1 immunoreactivity is not found associated with the mitochondrial derivatives in the flagella of late-staged spermatids, comprised of (H) two mitochondrial derivatives (m) and an axoneme (a). Early staged spermatids (est), late-staged spermatids (Lst), cyst cell nuclei ( ∗ ). Scale bars: 10 μm in panels A–C , 5 μm in panel D , 20 μm in panels E–G and 200 nm in panel H .
    Figure Legend Snippet: Distinct localization of LGR1 immunoreactivity in late-staged spermatids of adult A. aegypti testes. (A,C,E,G) Testes were stained with anti-LGR1 (green), (B,C) anti-gamma tubulin (red) as a marker for the centriole adjunct ( Dallai et al., 2016 ), (F,G) MitoTracker (red) to detect mitochondrial derivatives in flagella, and nuclei (blue). (C) LGR1 immunoreactivity co-localizes with gamma-tubulin at the centriole adjunct. (D) Transmission electron microscopy (TEM) image showing the centriole adjunct (arrow) is positioned between the nucleus (n) and flagella (f) of spermatids. (G) LGR1 immunoreactivity is not found associated with the mitochondrial derivatives in the flagella of late-staged spermatids, comprised of (H) two mitochondrial derivatives (m) and an axoneme (a). Early staged spermatids (est), late-staged spermatids (Lst), cyst cell nuclei ( ∗ ). Scale bars: 10 μm in panels A–C , 5 μm in panel D , 20 μm in panels E–G and 200 nm in panel H .

    Techniques Used: Staining, Marker, Transmission Assay, Electron Microscopy, Transmission Electron Microscopy

    LGR1 knockdown efficiency in adult A. aegypti . Second instar larvae were fed with Escherichia coli expressing LGR1 dsRNA or control dsRNA (empty L4440 vector). After feeding, LGR1 transcript knockdown efficiency was determined in panel (A) whole 4th-instar larvae and one-day old adults by quantitative RT-PCR. LGR1 immunoreactivity was examined in control and LGR1 knockdown treatments within (B–F) the testes of virgin one-day adult males (LGR1, green; nuclei, blue). (A) LGR1 transcript levels of 4th instar larvae and newly emerged adults fed with LGR1 dsRNA were significantly reduced compared to control dsRNA-fed mosquitoes. (B) Quantification of LGR1 immunoreactivity from control and dsLGR1-treated larvae confirms downregulation. Representative confocal images demonstrate reduced LGR1 immunofluorescence in cysts (dotted outline) containing late-staged spermatids (Lst) when comparing (C,E) control and (D,F) dsLGR1-treated mosquitoes. All data are presented as mean ± SEM ( n = 3 in panel A , n = 11–13 in panel B ) with asterisks representing significant differences between control and dsLGR1-treated mosquitoes as determined using an unpaired t -test: ∗ P
    Figure Legend Snippet: LGR1 knockdown efficiency in adult A. aegypti . Second instar larvae were fed with Escherichia coli expressing LGR1 dsRNA or control dsRNA (empty L4440 vector). After feeding, LGR1 transcript knockdown efficiency was determined in panel (A) whole 4th-instar larvae and one-day old adults by quantitative RT-PCR. LGR1 immunoreactivity was examined in control and LGR1 knockdown treatments within (B–F) the testes of virgin one-day adult males (LGR1, green; nuclei, blue). (A) LGR1 transcript levels of 4th instar larvae and newly emerged adults fed with LGR1 dsRNA were significantly reduced compared to control dsRNA-fed mosquitoes. (B) Quantification of LGR1 immunoreactivity from control and dsLGR1-treated larvae confirms downregulation. Representative confocal images demonstrate reduced LGR1 immunofluorescence in cysts (dotted outline) containing late-staged spermatids (Lst) when comparing (C,E) control and (D,F) dsLGR1-treated mosquitoes. All data are presented as mean ± SEM ( n = 3 in panel A , n = 11–13 in panel B ) with asterisks representing significant differences between control and dsLGR1-treated mosquitoes as determined using an unpaired t -test: ∗ P

    Techniques Used: Expressing, Plasmid Preparation, Quantitative RT-PCR, Immunofluorescence

    13) Product Images from "Direct Metatranscriptome RNA-seq and Multiplex RT-PCR Amplicon Sequencing on Nanopore MinION – Promising Strategies for Multiplex Identification of Viable Pathogens in Food"

    Article Title: Direct Metatranscriptome RNA-seq and Multiplex RT-PCR Amplicon Sequencing on Nanopore MinION – Promising Strategies for Multiplex Identification of Viable Pathogens in Food

    Journal: Frontiers in Microbiology

    doi: 10.3389/fmicb.2020.00514

    RT-qPCR and qPCR of E. coli O157:H7 from 0, 4, 8, 24, and 72 h growth in BHI. (A) The growth curve of E. coli O157:H7 at 0, 4, 8, 24, 72 h in BHI. The initial concentration was 3-log CFU/mL. (B) RT-qPCR for RNA collected from five time points. (C) qPCR for 0–72 h RNA as the negative control (NC) for DNA contamination – no DNA contamination was found in those samples. (D) qPCR for DNA collected from five time points. (E) The melting curve analysis of RT-qPCR for 0–72 h RNA.
    Figure Legend Snippet: RT-qPCR and qPCR of E. coli O157:H7 from 0, 4, 8, 24, and 72 h growth in BHI. (A) The growth curve of E. coli O157:H7 at 0, 4, 8, 24, 72 h in BHI. The initial concentration was 3-log CFU/mL. (B) RT-qPCR for RNA collected from five time points. (C) qPCR for 0–72 h RNA as the negative control (NC) for DNA contamination – no DNA contamination was found in those samples. (D) qPCR for DNA collected from five time points. (E) The melting curve analysis of RT-qPCR for 0–72 h RNA.

    Techniques Used: Quantitative RT-PCR, Real-time Polymerase Chain Reaction, Concentration Assay, Negative Control

    14) Product Images from "Direct Metatranscriptome RNA-seq and Multiplex RT-PCR Amplicon Sequencing on Nanopore MinION – Promising Strategies for Multiplex Identification of Viable Pathogens in Food"

    Article Title: Direct Metatranscriptome RNA-seq and Multiplex RT-PCR Amplicon Sequencing on Nanopore MinION – Promising Strategies for Multiplex Identification of Viable Pathogens in Food

    Journal: Frontiers in Microbiology

    doi: 10.3389/fmicb.2020.00514

    Taxonomic and genus level bacterial classification of MinION R9.4 Rev D multiplex RT-PCR amplicon sequencing. (A) Taxonomy tree of BHI 334 4-h sample generated by EPI2ME. (B) Taxonomy tree of LJE 334 4-h sample generated by EPI2ME.
    Figure Legend Snippet: Taxonomic and genus level bacterial classification of MinION R9.4 Rev D multiplex RT-PCR amplicon sequencing. (A) Taxonomy tree of BHI 334 4-h sample generated by EPI2ME. (B) Taxonomy tree of LJE 334 4-h sample generated by EPI2ME.

    Techniques Used: Multiplex Assay, Reverse Transcription Polymerase Chain Reaction, Amplification, Sequencing, Generated

    15) Product Images from "Towards deorphanizing G protein-coupled receptors of Schistosoma mansoni using the MALAR yeast two-hybrid system"

    Article Title: Towards deorphanizing G protein-coupled receptors of Schistosoma mansoni using the MALAR yeast two-hybrid system

    Journal: Parasitology

    doi: 10.1017/S0031182019001756

    Full-length expression of S. mansoni GPCRs in S. cerevisiae . Wild type or optimized CDSs of GPCRs were transformed into yeast strain AH109. RNA was isolated and transcribed into cDNA. Specific primer pairs were used to amplify corresponding GPCRs (numbers 1-7) by RT-PCR, and resulting amplicons were size-separated on a 1% agarose gel (M = marker, bp = base pair). The absence of reverse transcriptase (-RT) during cDNA synthesis or cDNA synthesis without template (H2O) served as negative controls. RNA isolated from S. mansoni served as a positive control for full-length transcripts. In each case, amplicons of the expected sizes were obtained.
    Figure Legend Snippet: Full-length expression of S. mansoni GPCRs in S. cerevisiae . Wild type or optimized CDSs of GPCRs were transformed into yeast strain AH109. RNA was isolated and transcribed into cDNA. Specific primer pairs were used to amplify corresponding GPCRs (numbers 1-7) by RT-PCR, and resulting amplicons were size-separated on a 1% agarose gel (M = marker, bp = base pair). The absence of reverse transcriptase (-RT) during cDNA synthesis or cDNA synthesis without template (H2O) served as negative controls. RNA isolated from S. mansoni served as a positive control for full-length transcripts. In each case, amplicons of the expected sizes were obtained.

    Techniques Used: Expressing, Transformation Assay, Isolation, Reverse Transcription Polymerase Chain Reaction, Agarose Gel Electrophoresis, Marker, Positive Control

    16) Product Images from "The Stronger Downregulation of in vitro and in vivo Innate Antiviral Responses by a Very Virulent Strain of Infectious Bursal Disease Virus (IBDV), Compared to a Classical Strain, Is Mediated, in Part, by the VP4 Protein"

    Article Title: The Stronger Downregulation of in vitro and in vivo Innate Antiviral Responses by a Very Virulent Strain of Infectious Bursal Disease Virus (IBDV), Compared to a Classical Strain, Is Mediated, in Part, by the VP4 Protein

    Journal: Frontiers in Cellular and Infection Microbiology

    doi: 10.3389/fcimb.2020.00315

    The PBG98-VP4 UK661 virus inhibits the induction of IFNα and IL-8 to a greater extent than the PBG98-VP4 F52/70 virus in vitro . DF-1 cells were infected with PBG98, PBG98-VP4 UK661 , and PBG98-VP4 F52/70 viruses at an MOI of 1, before RNA was extracted at the indicated time points post-infection and reverse transcribed. Virus specific primers were used to amplify the cDNA by quantitative (q)PCR, the CT values were normalized to the housekeeping gene RPLPO and the log 10 fold change in virus gene expression was determined for the infected samples relative to the mock-infected controls in a ΔΔCT analysis and plotted. A one-way ANOVA and a Tukey's multiple comparison test was performed where no significant difference was found at any time point between the three viruses (A) . A panel of genes, IFNα (B) , IFNβ (C) , Mx1 (D) , IL-1β (E) , and IL-8 (F) , were amplified by qPCR using specific primer sets for target genes, before the CT values were normalized to the housekeeping gene RPLPO and the log 2 fold change in gene expression determined for the infected samples relative to the mock-infected controls in a ΔΔCT analysis and plotted. Data are representative of at least three replicate experiments and passed a Shapiro-Wilk normality test before being analyzed by a one-way ANOVA and a Tukey's multiple comparison test ( * p
    Figure Legend Snippet: The PBG98-VP4 UK661 virus inhibits the induction of IFNα and IL-8 to a greater extent than the PBG98-VP4 F52/70 virus in vitro . DF-1 cells were infected with PBG98, PBG98-VP4 UK661 , and PBG98-VP4 F52/70 viruses at an MOI of 1, before RNA was extracted at the indicated time points post-infection and reverse transcribed. Virus specific primers were used to amplify the cDNA by quantitative (q)PCR, the CT values were normalized to the housekeeping gene RPLPO and the log 10 fold change in virus gene expression was determined for the infected samples relative to the mock-infected controls in a ΔΔCT analysis and plotted. A one-way ANOVA and a Tukey's multiple comparison test was performed where no significant difference was found at any time point between the three viruses (A) . A panel of genes, IFNα (B) , IFNβ (C) , Mx1 (D) , IL-1β (E) , and IL-8 (F) , were amplified by qPCR using specific primer sets for target genes, before the CT values were normalized to the housekeeping gene RPLPO and the log 2 fold change in gene expression determined for the infected samples relative to the mock-infected controls in a ΔΔCT analysis and plotted. Data are representative of at least three replicate experiments and passed a Shapiro-Wilk normality test before being analyzed by a one-way ANOVA and a Tukey's multiple comparison test ( * p

    Techniques Used: In Vitro, Infection, Expressing, Amplification, Real-time Polymerase Chain Reaction

    The expression of type I IFN and pro-inflammatory genes was significantly reduced in BF tissue harvested from birds infected with strain UK661 compared to strain F52/70 in vivo . The bursa of Fabricius was harvested from mock and infected birds at necropsy and RNA extracted. RNA was reverse transcribed and amplified by quantitative PCR using specific primer sets for target genes. IFNα (A) , IFNβ (B) , Mx1 (C) , IL-1β (D) , IL-6 (E) , and IL8 (F) . The CT values were normalized to the housekeeping gene RPLPO and the log 2 fold change in gene expression determined for the infected samples relative to the mock-infected samples in a ΔΔCT analysis and plotted for individual birds. The horizontal lines are the mean values. Data are representative of at least three replicate experiments and passed a Shapiro-Wilk normality test before being analyzed by a one-way ANOVA and a Tukey's multiple comparison test ( * p
    Figure Legend Snippet: The expression of type I IFN and pro-inflammatory genes was significantly reduced in BF tissue harvested from birds infected with strain UK661 compared to strain F52/70 in vivo . The bursa of Fabricius was harvested from mock and infected birds at necropsy and RNA extracted. RNA was reverse transcribed and amplified by quantitative PCR using specific primer sets for target genes. IFNα (A) , IFNβ (B) , Mx1 (C) , IL-1β (D) , IL-6 (E) , and IL8 (F) . The CT values were normalized to the housekeeping gene RPLPO and the log 2 fold change in gene expression determined for the infected samples relative to the mock-infected samples in a ΔΔCT analysis and plotted for individual birds. The horizontal lines are the mean values. Data are representative of at least three replicate experiments and passed a Shapiro-Wilk normality test before being analyzed by a one-way ANOVA and a Tukey's multiple comparison test ( * p

    Techniques Used: Expressing, Infection, In Vivo, Amplification, Real-time Polymerase Chain Reaction

    The expression of type I IFN and pro-inflammatory genes was significantly reduced in B cells infected with strain UK661 compared to strain F52/70 in vitro . DT40 Cells were infected at an MOI of 0.1 with either the UK661 or F52/70 IBDV strains, or mock-infected with media alone and RNA was extracted from the cells at the indicated time points post-infection. RNA was reverse transcribed and amplified by qPCR using specific primer sets. The CT values were normalized to the housekeeping gene RPLPO and the log 10 fold change in virus gene expression determined for the infected samples relative to the mock-infected samples in a ΔΔCT analysis and plotted (A) . The log 2 fold change in host-cell gene expression was also determined for the infected samples relative to the mock-infected samples in a ΔΔCT analysis and plotted (B–G) . Data subsequently passed a Shapiro-Wilk normality test before being analyzed by a one-way ANOVA and a Tukey's multiple comparison test ( * P
    Figure Legend Snippet: The expression of type I IFN and pro-inflammatory genes was significantly reduced in B cells infected with strain UK661 compared to strain F52/70 in vitro . DT40 Cells were infected at an MOI of 0.1 with either the UK661 or F52/70 IBDV strains, or mock-infected with media alone and RNA was extracted from the cells at the indicated time points post-infection. RNA was reverse transcribed and amplified by qPCR using specific primer sets. The CT values were normalized to the housekeeping gene RPLPO and the log 10 fold change in virus gene expression determined for the infected samples relative to the mock-infected samples in a ΔΔCT analysis and plotted (A) . The log 2 fold change in host-cell gene expression was also determined for the infected samples relative to the mock-infected samples in a ΔΔCT analysis and plotted (B–G) . Data subsequently passed a Shapiro-Wilk normality test before being analyzed by a one-way ANOVA and a Tukey's multiple comparison test ( * P

    Techniques Used: Expressing, Infection, In Vitro, Amplification, Real-time Polymerase Chain Reaction

    The PBG98-VP4 UK661 virus inhibits the induction of IFNα to a greater extent than the PBG98-VP4 F52/70 virus in vivo . Birds were inoculated with 1.8 × 10 3 TCID 50 of the PBG98, PBG98-VP4 UK661 , and PBG98-VP4 F52/70 viruses, and the bursa of Fabricius was harvested at necropsy from 6 birds per group at 2, 4, and 14 days post-inoculation. RNA was extracted prior to reverse transcription to cDNA and qPCR amplification with virus-specific primers. CT values were normalized to a housekeeping gene and expressed as log 10 fold change viral RNA relative to mock-infected samples as per the ΔΔCT method. The data passed a Shapiro-Wilk normality test before being analyzed by a one-way ANOVA and a Tukey's multiple comparison test (not significant) (A) . At 2 and 4 days post-inoculation, cDNA was amplified by qPCR for a panel genes: IFNα (B) , IFNβ (C) , Mx1 (D) , IL-1β (E) , and IL-8 (F) . The CT values were normalized to the housekeeping gene RPLPO and expressed relative to mock-infected samples using the ΔΔCT method. Data are representative of at least three replicate experiments and passed a Shapiro-Wilk normality test before being analyzed by a one-way ANOVA and a Tukey's multiple comparison test ( * p
    Figure Legend Snippet: The PBG98-VP4 UK661 virus inhibits the induction of IFNα to a greater extent than the PBG98-VP4 F52/70 virus in vivo . Birds were inoculated with 1.8 × 10 3 TCID 50 of the PBG98, PBG98-VP4 UK661 , and PBG98-VP4 F52/70 viruses, and the bursa of Fabricius was harvested at necropsy from 6 birds per group at 2, 4, and 14 days post-inoculation. RNA was extracted prior to reverse transcription to cDNA and qPCR amplification with virus-specific primers. CT values were normalized to a housekeeping gene and expressed as log 10 fold change viral RNA relative to mock-infected samples as per the ΔΔCT method. The data passed a Shapiro-Wilk normality test before being analyzed by a one-way ANOVA and a Tukey's multiple comparison test (not significant) (A) . At 2 and 4 days post-inoculation, cDNA was amplified by qPCR for a panel genes: IFNα (B) , IFNβ (C) , Mx1 (D) , IL-1β (E) , and IL-8 (F) . The CT values were normalized to the housekeeping gene RPLPO and expressed relative to mock-infected samples using the ΔΔCT method. Data are representative of at least three replicate experiments and passed a Shapiro-Wilk normality test before being analyzed by a one-way ANOVA and a Tukey's multiple comparison test ( * p

    Techniques Used: In Vivo, Real-time Polymerase Chain Reaction, Amplification, Infection

    The UK661 strain was more virulent than the F52/70 strain, but both strains replicated to the same peak titer in vivo . Birds were checked twice daily by two independent observers for clinical signs and a Kaplan Meier survival curve plotted of mock- (black), F52/70- (pink), and UK661- (gray) inoculated birds that reached their humane end points (clinical score of 11) (A) . Clinical signs were quantified by a scoring system and divided into mild (1-7) and moderate (8-11). Each bird was assigned a clinical score at the indicated time points post-infection (B) . Six birds per group were humanely culled at 24 and 48 h post-infection (hpi), one F52/70 and three UK661-infected birds reached their humane end-points at 54 hpi and the remaining birds were culled at 72 hpi. The bursa of Fabricius was harvested at necropsy and the log 10 fold change in viral RNA copies/g tissue determined by RT-qPCR (C) . The infectious titer was determined by titration onto DT40 cells in the method described by Reed and Muench. Virus titers were expressed as log 10 TCID 50 /g of tissue (D) . The horizontal lines are the mean values. Data passed a Shapiro-Wilk normality test before being analyzed by a one-way ANOVA and a Tukey's multiple comparison test ( ** p
    Figure Legend Snippet: The UK661 strain was more virulent than the F52/70 strain, but both strains replicated to the same peak titer in vivo . Birds were checked twice daily by two independent observers for clinical signs and a Kaplan Meier survival curve plotted of mock- (black), F52/70- (pink), and UK661- (gray) inoculated birds that reached their humane end points (clinical score of 11) (A) . Clinical signs were quantified by a scoring system and divided into mild (1-7) and moderate (8-11). Each bird was assigned a clinical score at the indicated time points post-infection (B) . Six birds per group were humanely culled at 24 and 48 h post-infection (hpi), one F52/70 and three UK661-infected birds reached their humane end-points at 54 hpi and the remaining birds were culled at 72 hpi. The bursa of Fabricius was harvested at necropsy and the log 10 fold change in viral RNA copies/g tissue determined by RT-qPCR (C) . The infectious titer was determined by titration onto DT40 cells in the method described by Reed and Muench. Virus titers were expressed as log 10 TCID 50 /g of tissue (D) . The horizontal lines are the mean values. Data passed a Shapiro-Wilk normality test before being analyzed by a one-way ANOVA and a Tukey's multiple comparison test ( ** p

    Techniques Used: In Vivo, Infection, Quantitative RT-PCR, Titration

    17) Product Images from "An anti-diuretic hormone receptor in the human disease vector, Aedes aegypti: identification, expression analysis and functional deorphanization"

    Article Title: An anti-diuretic hormone receptor in the human disease vector, Aedes aegypti: identification, expression analysis and functional deorphanization

    Journal: bioRxiv

    doi: 10.1101/799833

    Expression analysis of CAPAr transcript in the mosquito, A. aegypti . (A) Ontogenic expression profile of CAPAr transcript over post-embryonic stages of the A. aegypti mosquito shown relative to transcript levels in 1 st instar larvae. (B) Spatial expression is analyzed in various tissues/organs from four-day old adult females, with transcript abundance shown relative to levels in the male midgut. (C) Cell-specific expression of CAPAr mRNA in principal cells (arrows) of MTs from adult female A. aegypti detected using an anti-sense probe, with no detection in the stellate cells (arrowheads). (D) No signal was detected in preparations hybridized with control CAPAr sense probe. All images acquired using identical microscope settings; scale bars in C-D are 100μm.
    Figure Legend Snippet: Expression analysis of CAPAr transcript in the mosquito, A. aegypti . (A) Ontogenic expression profile of CAPAr transcript over post-embryonic stages of the A. aegypti mosquito shown relative to transcript levels in 1 st instar larvae. (B) Spatial expression is analyzed in various tissues/organs from four-day old adult females, with transcript abundance shown relative to levels in the male midgut. (C) Cell-specific expression of CAPAr mRNA in principal cells (arrows) of MTs from adult female A. aegypti detected using an anti-sense probe, with no detection in the stellate cells (arrowheads). (D) No signal was detected in preparations hybridized with control CAPAr sense probe. All images acquired using identical microscope settings; scale bars in C-D are 100μm.

    Techniques Used: Expressing, Microscopy

    Expression analysis of CAPA neuropeptide (anti-diuretic hormone) transcript in different regions of the nervous system relative to whole adult (A) male and (B) female A. aegypti mosquitoes. Different letters denote bars that are significantly different from one another as determined by one-way ANOVA and Tukey’s multiple comparison post-hoc test (p
    Figure Legend Snippet: Expression analysis of CAPA neuropeptide (anti-diuretic hormone) transcript in different regions of the nervous system relative to whole adult (A) male and (B) female A. aegypti mosquitoes. Different letters denote bars that are significantly different from one another as determined by one-way ANOVA and Tukey’s multiple comparison post-hoc test (p

    Techniques Used: Expressing

    18) Product Images from "Glycoprotein Hormone Receptor Knockdown Leads to Reduced Reproductive Success in Male Aedes aegypti"

    Article Title: Glycoprotein Hormone Receptor Knockdown Leads to Reduced Reproductive Success in Male Aedes aegypti

    Journal: Frontiers in Physiology

    doi: 10.3389/fphys.2019.00266

    LGR1 knockdown efficiency in adult A. aegypti . Second instar larvae were fed with Escherichia coli expressing LGR1 dsRNA or control dsRNA (empty L4440 vector). After feeding, LGR1 transcript knockdown efficiency was determined in panel (A) whole 4th-instar larvae and one-day old adults by quantitative RT-PCR. LGR1 immunoreactivity was examined in control and LGR1 knockdown treatments within (B–F) the testes of virgin one-day adult males (LGR1, green; nuclei, blue). (A) LGR1 transcript levels of 4th instar larvae and newly emerged adults fed with LGR1 dsRNA were significantly reduced compared to control dsRNA-fed mosquitoes. (B) Quantification of LGR1 immunoreactivity from control and dsLGR1-treated larvae confirms downregulation. Representative confocal images demonstrate reduced LGR1 immunofluorescence in cysts (dotted outline) containing late-staged spermatids (Lst) when comparing (C,E) control and (D,F) dsLGR1-treated mosquitoes. All data are presented as mean ± SEM ( n = 3 in panel A , n = 11–13 in panel B ) with asterisks representing significant differences between control and dsLGR1-treated mosquitoes as determined using an unpaired t -test: ∗ P
    Figure Legend Snippet: LGR1 knockdown efficiency in adult A. aegypti . Second instar larvae were fed with Escherichia coli expressing LGR1 dsRNA or control dsRNA (empty L4440 vector). After feeding, LGR1 transcript knockdown efficiency was determined in panel (A) whole 4th-instar larvae and one-day old adults by quantitative RT-PCR. LGR1 immunoreactivity was examined in control and LGR1 knockdown treatments within (B–F) the testes of virgin one-day adult males (LGR1, green; nuclei, blue). (A) LGR1 transcript levels of 4th instar larvae and newly emerged adults fed with LGR1 dsRNA were significantly reduced compared to control dsRNA-fed mosquitoes. (B) Quantification of LGR1 immunoreactivity from control and dsLGR1-treated larvae confirms downregulation. Representative confocal images demonstrate reduced LGR1 immunofluorescence in cysts (dotted outline) containing late-staged spermatids (Lst) when comparing (C,E) control and (D,F) dsLGR1-treated mosquitoes. All data are presented as mean ± SEM ( n = 3 in panel A , n = 11–13 in panel B ) with asterisks representing significant differences between control and dsLGR1-treated mosquitoes as determined using an unpaired t -test: ∗ P

    Techniques Used: Expressing, Plasmid Preparation, Quantitative RT-PCR, Immunofluorescence

    Effects of LGR1 knockdown on spermatozoa yield, flagellar length and reproductive success of adult male A. aegypti . Second instar larvae were fed with E. coli expressing LGR1 dsRNA or control dsRNA (empty L4440 vector) and the effects of knockdown on sperm yield, flagellar length and male fertility were analyzed in adult stages. Relative to controls, (A–C) dsLGR1-fed mosquitoes had significantly less spermatozoa in testes and in the overall reproductive tract (testes + seminal vesicle), while the number of spermatozoa in the seminal vesicle showed a similar trend but was not significant. (D) Flagellar lengths from spermatozoa of dsLGR1-treated mosquitoes were significantly shorter than flagella from control mosquitoes. Representative images showing flagellar lengths (arrowheads indicate beginning and end of flagellum) of spermatozoa collected from (E) control- and (F) dsLGR1-treated mosquitoes (nuclei, blue). (G,H) No differences in egg yield were observed between females mated with control or dsLGRl-treated males; however, the percentage of larvae hatched from eggs was significantly reduced in matings that involved male LGR1 knockdown treatments. All data are presented as mean ± SEM ( n = 17 in panel A–C , n = 14–15 in panel D , n = 13 in panel G,H ) with asterisks representing significant differences between control and dsLGR1-treated mosquitoes as determined using an unpaired t -test: ∗∗ P
    Figure Legend Snippet: Effects of LGR1 knockdown on spermatozoa yield, flagellar length and reproductive success of adult male A. aegypti . Second instar larvae were fed with E. coli expressing LGR1 dsRNA or control dsRNA (empty L4440 vector) and the effects of knockdown on sperm yield, flagellar length and male fertility were analyzed in adult stages. Relative to controls, (A–C) dsLGR1-fed mosquitoes had significantly less spermatozoa in testes and in the overall reproductive tract (testes + seminal vesicle), while the number of spermatozoa in the seminal vesicle showed a similar trend but was not significant. (D) Flagellar lengths from spermatozoa of dsLGR1-treated mosquitoes were significantly shorter than flagella from control mosquitoes. Representative images showing flagellar lengths (arrowheads indicate beginning and end of flagellum) of spermatozoa collected from (E) control- and (F) dsLGR1-treated mosquitoes (nuclei, blue). (G,H) No differences in egg yield were observed between females mated with control or dsLGRl-treated males; however, the percentage of larvae hatched from eggs was significantly reduced in matings that involved male LGR1 knockdown treatments. All data are presented as mean ± SEM ( n = 17 in panel A–C , n = 14–15 in panel D , n = 13 in panel G,H ) with asterisks representing significant differences between control and dsLGR1-treated mosquitoes as determined using an unpaired t -test: ∗∗ P

    Techniques Used: Expressing, Plasmid Preparation

    19) Product Images from "Glycoprotein Hormone Receptor Knockdown Leads to Reduced Reproductive Success in Male Aedes aegypti"

    Article Title: Glycoprotein Hormone Receptor Knockdown Leads to Reduced Reproductive Success in Male Aedes aegypti

    Journal: Frontiers in Physiology

    doi: 10.3389/fphys.2019.00266

    LGR1 knockdown efficiency in adult A. aegypti . Second instar larvae were fed with Escherichia coli expressing LGR1 dsRNA or control dsRNA (empty L4440 vector). After feeding, LGR1 transcript knockdown efficiency was determined in panel (A) whole 4th-instar larvae and one-day old adults by quantitative RT-PCR. LGR1 immunoreactivity was examined in control and LGR1 knockdown treatments within (B–F) the testes of virgin one-day adult males (LGR1, green; nuclei, blue). (A) LGR1 transcript levels of 4th instar larvae and newly emerged adults fed with LGR1 dsRNA were significantly reduced compared to control dsRNA-fed mosquitoes. (B) Quantification of LGR1 immunoreactivity from control and dsLGR1-treated larvae confirms downregulation. Representative confocal images demonstrate reduced LGR1 immunofluorescence in cysts (dotted outline) containing late-staged spermatids (Lst) when comparing (C,E) control and (D,F) dsLGR1-treated mosquitoes. All data are presented as mean ± SEM ( n = 3 in panel A , n = 11–13 in panel B ) with asterisks representing significant differences between control and dsLGR1-treated mosquitoes as determined using an unpaired t -test: ∗ P
    Figure Legend Snippet: LGR1 knockdown efficiency in adult A. aegypti . Second instar larvae were fed with Escherichia coli expressing LGR1 dsRNA or control dsRNA (empty L4440 vector). After feeding, LGR1 transcript knockdown efficiency was determined in panel (A) whole 4th-instar larvae and one-day old adults by quantitative RT-PCR. LGR1 immunoreactivity was examined in control and LGR1 knockdown treatments within (B–F) the testes of virgin one-day adult males (LGR1, green; nuclei, blue). (A) LGR1 transcript levels of 4th instar larvae and newly emerged adults fed with LGR1 dsRNA were significantly reduced compared to control dsRNA-fed mosquitoes. (B) Quantification of LGR1 immunoreactivity from control and dsLGR1-treated larvae confirms downregulation. Representative confocal images demonstrate reduced LGR1 immunofluorescence in cysts (dotted outline) containing late-staged spermatids (Lst) when comparing (C,E) control and (D,F) dsLGR1-treated mosquitoes. All data are presented as mean ± SEM ( n = 3 in panel A , n = 11–13 in panel B ) with asterisks representing significant differences between control and dsLGR1-treated mosquitoes as determined using an unpaired t -test: ∗ P

    Techniques Used: Expressing, Plasmid Preparation, Quantitative RT-PCR, Immunofluorescence

    Effects of LGR1 knockdown on spermatozoa yield, flagellar length and reproductive success of adult male A. aegypti . Second instar larvae were fed with E. coli expressing LGR1 dsRNA or control dsRNA (empty L4440 vector) and the effects of knockdown on sperm yield, flagellar length and male fertility were analyzed in adult stages. Relative to controls, (A–C) dsLGR1-fed mosquitoes had significantly less spermatozoa in testes and in the overall reproductive tract (testes + seminal vesicle), while the number of spermatozoa in the seminal vesicle showed a similar trend but was not significant. (D) Flagellar lengths from spermatozoa of dsLGR1-treated mosquitoes were significantly shorter than flagella from control mosquitoes. Representative images showing flagellar lengths (arrowheads indicate beginning and end of flagellum) of spermatozoa collected from (E) control- and (F) dsLGR1-treated mosquitoes (nuclei, blue). (G,H) No differences in egg yield were observed between females mated with control or dsLGRl-treated males; however, the percentage of larvae hatched from eggs was significantly reduced in matings that involved male LGR1 knockdown treatments. All data are presented as mean ± SEM ( n = 17 in panel A–C , n = 14–15 in panel D , n = 13 in panel G,H ) with asterisks representing significant differences between control and dsLGR1-treated mosquitoes as determined using an unpaired t -test: ∗∗ P
    Figure Legend Snippet: Effects of LGR1 knockdown on spermatozoa yield, flagellar length and reproductive success of adult male A. aegypti . Second instar larvae were fed with E. coli expressing LGR1 dsRNA or control dsRNA (empty L4440 vector) and the effects of knockdown on sperm yield, flagellar length and male fertility were analyzed in adult stages. Relative to controls, (A–C) dsLGR1-fed mosquitoes had significantly less spermatozoa in testes and in the overall reproductive tract (testes + seminal vesicle), while the number of spermatozoa in the seminal vesicle showed a similar trend but was not significant. (D) Flagellar lengths from spermatozoa of dsLGR1-treated mosquitoes were significantly shorter than flagella from control mosquitoes. Representative images showing flagellar lengths (arrowheads indicate beginning and end of flagellum) of spermatozoa collected from (E) control- and (F) dsLGR1-treated mosquitoes (nuclei, blue). (G,H) No differences in egg yield were observed between females mated with control or dsLGRl-treated males; however, the percentage of larvae hatched from eggs was significantly reduced in matings that involved male LGR1 knockdown treatments. All data are presented as mean ± SEM ( n = 17 in panel A–C , n = 14–15 in panel D , n = 13 in panel G,H ) with asterisks representing significant differences between control and dsLGR1-treated mosquitoes as determined using an unpaired t -test: ∗∗ P

    Techniques Used: Expressing, Plasmid Preparation

    20) Product Images from "Genome Assembly and Annotation of the Trichoplusia ni Tni-FNL Insect Cell Line Enabled by Long-Read Technologies"

    Article Title: Genome Assembly and Annotation of the Trichoplusia ni Tni-FNL Insect Cell Line Enabled by Long-Read Technologies

    Journal: Genes

    doi: 10.3390/genes10020079

    Functional annotation of the Tni-FNL ( Trichoplusia ni ), B. mori and D. melanogaster results comparison. The circos plot describes the shared cellular components, molecular functions and biological processes among the three species.
    Figure Legend Snippet: Functional annotation of the Tni-FNL ( Trichoplusia ni ), B. mori and D. melanogaster results comparison. The circos plot describes the shared cellular components, molecular functions and biological processes among the three species.

    Techniques Used: Functional Assay

    21) Product Images from "ETV7 represses a subset of interferon-stimulated genes that restrict influenza viruses"

    Article Title: ETV7 represses a subset of interferon-stimulated genes that restrict influenza viruses

    Journal: bioRxiv

    doi: 10.1101/851543

    ETV7 loss enhances expression of specific ISGs. A) ISG15 and ETV7 mRNA levels in A549 lung epithelial cells after IFN-α treatment (1000 U/mL, 6 h) (data shown as mean ± SD, n=4). B) Percentage of A549 cells expressing GFP from IFNrsp reporter after knockout of ETV7 and IFN-α treatment (1000 U/mL, 6 h) (data shown as mean ± SD, n=3, statistical analysis represents p-values for both of the two ETV7 KO sgRNAs compared to a non-targeting control). C) mRNA levels of ETV7 in non-targeting control and ETV7 KO A549 cells after IFN-α treatment (1000 U/mL, 6 h) (data shown as mean ± SD, n=4). D,E) Representative genes were chosen from the groups D) most affected by ETV7 (Group I) and E) least affected (Groups II and III) in the RNA sequencing analysis ( Fig. 4B ). Each gene’s potential ISRE sequences (ETS sites highlighted in yellow) are shown, along with its mRNA levels in control and ETV7 KO cells after IFN-α treatment (1000 U/mL, 6 h) (data shown as mean ± SD, n=4). For all panels: Data shown are representative of two independent experiments. P-values calculated using unpaired, two-tailed Student’s t-tests (*p
    Figure Legend Snippet: ETV7 loss enhances expression of specific ISGs. A) ISG15 and ETV7 mRNA levels in A549 lung epithelial cells after IFN-α treatment (1000 U/mL, 6 h) (data shown as mean ± SD, n=4). B) Percentage of A549 cells expressing GFP from IFNrsp reporter after knockout of ETV7 and IFN-α treatment (1000 U/mL, 6 h) (data shown as mean ± SD, n=3, statistical analysis represents p-values for both of the two ETV7 KO sgRNAs compared to a non-targeting control). C) mRNA levels of ETV7 in non-targeting control and ETV7 KO A549 cells after IFN-α treatment (1000 U/mL, 6 h) (data shown as mean ± SD, n=4). D,E) Representative genes were chosen from the groups D) most affected by ETV7 (Group I) and E) least affected (Groups II and III) in the RNA sequencing analysis ( Fig. 4B ). Each gene’s potential ISRE sequences (ETS sites highlighted in yellow) are shown, along with its mRNA levels in control and ETV7 KO cells after IFN-α treatment (1000 U/mL, 6 h) (data shown as mean ± SD, n=4). For all panels: Data shown are representative of two independent experiments. P-values calculated using unpaired, two-tailed Student’s t-tests (*p

    Techniques Used: Expressing, Knock-Out, RNA Sequencing Assay, Two Tailed Test

    22) Product Images from "DNA mismatch repair controls the host innate response and cell fate after influenza virus infection"

    Article Title: DNA mismatch repair controls the host innate response and cell fate after influenza virus infection

    Journal: Nature microbiology

    doi: 10.1038/s41564-019-0509-3

    Loss of DNA MMR activity reduces the innate antiviral transcriptional response against influenza A virus. (a) NanoLuc reporter expression and (b) relative cell viability in H441 cells that have been treated with PBS or H2O2 (for 30 min). Data shown as mean ± SD, n=4 independent samples. (c) Fold change of Mx1 RNA levels in H441 cells following treatment with PBS or IFN-alpha +/− H2O2 treatment (for 30 min). Data shown as mean ± SD, n=4 independent samples. (d) Western blot for Mx1 in H441 cells following the specified treatments. Tubulin = loading control. (e) NanoLuc reporter expression and (f) relative cell viability in H441 cells following the specified treatments. Data shown as mean ± SD, n=4 independent samples. (g) Median fluorescent intensity of the ISRE-GFP reporter in 293T cells following the specified treatments. Data shown as mean ± SD, n=3 independent samples. (h) Model depicting the role of DNA MMR in preserving antiviral gene expression. (i) RNAseq data showing fold change of mRNA levels in H441 cells comparing PR8-infected cells transfected with non-targeting siRNA (black) or MSH2+MSH6 siRNA (blue) to mock-infected cells. Inset is a magnified view of all genes induced > 5-fold in PR8-infected cells treated with non-targeting siRNA. (j) Chart grouping all of the genes induced > 5-fold in PR8-infected cells based on the effect MMR knockdown has on their mRNA levels. (k) Heat map displaying the effect of MMR knockdown on ISG and antiviral genes from the group of genes displayed in j. (l-o) Fold induction of (l) IFI44L and (n) IFIT1 RNA levels after viral infection as well as the difference in infection-induced (m) IFI44L and (o) IFIT1 RNA levels (48 hpi) after knockdown of control or MMR genes. Data shown as mean ± SD, n=4 independent samples. Data are representative of at least three independent experiments. (p) Western blot of IFIT1 in H441 cells following the specified treatments. Tubulin = loading control. For all panels: p-values calculated using unpaired two-tailed t tests; representative of two independent experiments, unless otherwise indicated.
    Figure Legend Snippet: Loss of DNA MMR activity reduces the innate antiviral transcriptional response against influenza A virus. (a) NanoLuc reporter expression and (b) relative cell viability in H441 cells that have been treated with PBS or H2O2 (for 30 min). Data shown as mean ± SD, n=4 independent samples. (c) Fold change of Mx1 RNA levels in H441 cells following treatment with PBS or IFN-alpha +/− H2O2 treatment (for 30 min). Data shown as mean ± SD, n=4 independent samples. (d) Western blot for Mx1 in H441 cells following the specified treatments. Tubulin = loading control. (e) NanoLuc reporter expression and (f) relative cell viability in H441 cells following the specified treatments. Data shown as mean ± SD, n=4 independent samples. (g) Median fluorescent intensity of the ISRE-GFP reporter in 293T cells following the specified treatments. Data shown as mean ± SD, n=3 independent samples. (h) Model depicting the role of DNA MMR in preserving antiviral gene expression. (i) RNAseq data showing fold change of mRNA levels in H441 cells comparing PR8-infected cells transfected with non-targeting siRNA (black) or MSH2+MSH6 siRNA (blue) to mock-infected cells. Inset is a magnified view of all genes induced > 5-fold in PR8-infected cells treated with non-targeting siRNA. (j) Chart grouping all of the genes induced > 5-fold in PR8-infected cells based on the effect MMR knockdown has on their mRNA levels. (k) Heat map displaying the effect of MMR knockdown on ISG and antiviral genes from the group of genes displayed in j. (l-o) Fold induction of (l) IFI44L and (n) IFIT1 RNA levels after viral infection as well as the difference in infection-induced (m) IFI44L and (o) IFIT1 RNA levels (48 hpi) after knockdown of control or MMR genes. Data shown as mean ± SD, n=4 independent samples. Data are representative of at least three independent experiments. (p) Western blot of IFIT1 in H441 cells following the specified treatments. Tubulin = loading control. For all panels: p-values calculated using unpaired two-tailed t tests; representative of two independent experiments, unless otherwise indicated.

    Techniques Used: Activity Assay, Expressing, Western Blot, Preserving, Infection, Transfection, Two Tailed Test

    23) Product Images from "Towards deorphanizing G protein-coupled receptors of Schistosoma mansoni using the MALAR yeast two-hybrid system"

    Article Title: Towards deorphanizing G protein-coupled receptors of Schistosoma mansoni using the MALAR yeast two-hybrid system

    Journal: Parasitology

    doi: 10.1017/S0031182019001756

    Full-length expression of S. mansoni GPCRs in S. cerevisiae . Wild type or optimized CDSs of GPCRs were transformed into yeast strain AH109. RNA was isolated and transcribed into cDNA. Specific primer pairs were used to amplify corresponding GPCRs (numbers 1-7) by RT-PCR, and resulting amplicons were size-separated on a 1% agarose gel (M = marker, bp = base pair). The absence of reverse transcriptase (-RT) during cDNA synthesis or cDNA synthesis without template (H2O) served as negative controls. RNA isolated from S. mansoni served as a positive control for full-length transcripts. In each case, amplicons of the expected sizes were obtained.
    Figure Legend Snippet: Full-length expression of S. mansoni GPCRs in S. cerevisiae . Wild type or optimized CDSs of GPCRs were transformed into yeast strain AH109. RNA was isolated and transcribed into cDNA. Specific primer pairs were used to amplify corresponding GPCRs (numbers 1-7) by RT-PCR, and resulting amplicons were size-separated on a 1% agarose gel (M = marker, bp = base pair). The absence of reverse transcriptase (-RT) during cDNA synthesis or cDNA synthesis without template (H2O) served as negative controls. RNA isolated from S. mansoni served as a positive control for full-length transcripts. In each case, amplicons of the expected sizes were obtained.

    Techniques Used: Expressing, Transformation Assay, Isolation, Reverse Transcription Polymerase Chain Reaction, Agarose Gel Electrophoresis, Marker, Positive Control

    24) Product Images from "DNA mismatch repair controls the host innate response and cell fate after influenza virus infection"

    Article Title: DNA mismatch repair controls the host innate response and cell fate after influenza virus infection

    Journal: Nature microbiology

    doi: 10.1038/s41564-019-0509-3

    Loss of DNA MMR activity reduces the innate antiviral transcriptional response against influenza A virus. (a) NanoLuc reporter expression and (b) relative cell viability in H441 cells that have been treated with PBS or H2O2 (for 30 min). Data shown as mean ± SD, n=4 independent samples. (c) Fold change of Mx1 RNA levels in H441 cells following treatment with PBS or IFN-alpha +/− H2O2 treatment (for 30 min). Data shown as mean ± SD, n=4 independent samples. (d) Western blot for Mx1 in H441 cells following the specified treatments. Tubulin = loading control. (e) NanoLuc reporter expression and (f) relative cell viability in H441 cells following the specified treatments. Data shown as mean ± SD, n=4 independent samples. (g) Median fluorescent intensity of the ISRE-GFP reporter in 293T cells following the specified treatments. Data shown as mean ± SD, n=3 independent samples. (h) Model depicting the role of DNA MMR in preserving antiviral gene expression. (i) RNAseq data showing fold change of mRNA levels in H441 cells comparing PR8-infected cells transfected with non-targeting siRNA (black) or MSH2+MSH6 siRNA (blue) to mock-infected cells. Inset is a magnified view of all genes induced > 5-fold in PR8-infected cells treated with non-targeting siRNA. (j) Chart grouping all of the genes induced > 5-fold in PR8-infected cells based on the effect MMR knockdown has on their mRNA levels. (k) Heat map displaying the effect of MMR knockdown on ISG and antiviral genes from the group of genes displayed in j. (l-o) Fold induction of (l) IFI44L and (n) IFIT1 RNA levels after viral infection as well as the difference in infection-induced (m) IFI44L and (o) IFIT1 RNA levels (48 hpi) after knockdown of control or MMR genes. Data shown as mean ± SD, n=4 independent samples. Data are representative of at least three independent experiments. (p) Western blot of IFIT1 in H441 cells following the specified treatments. Tubulin = loading control. For all panels: p-values calculated using unpaired two-tailed t tests; representative of two independent experiments, unless otherwise indicated.
    Figure Legend Snippet: Loss of DNA MMR activity reduces the innate antiviral transcriptional response against influenza A virus. (a) NanoLuc reporter expression and (b) relative cell viability in H441 cells that have been treated with PBS or H2O2 (for 30 min). Data shown as mean ± SD, n=4 independent samples. (c) Fold change of Mx1 RNA levels in H441 cells following treatment with PBS or IFN-alpha +/− H2O2 treatment (for 30 min). Data shown as mean ± SD, n=4 independent samples. (d) Western blot for Mx1 in H441 cells following the specified treatments. Tubulin = loading control. (e) NanoLuc reporter expression and (f) relative cell viability in H441 cells following the specified treatments. Data shown as mean ± SD, n=4 independent samples. (g) Median fluorescent intensity of the ISRE-GFP reporter in 293T cells following the specified treatments. Data shown as mean ± SD, n=3 independent samples. (h) Model depicting the role of DNA MMR in preserving antiviral gene expression. (i) RNAseq data showing fold change of mRNA levels in H441 cells comparing PR8-infected cells transfected with non-targeting siRNA (black) or MSH2+MSH6 siRNA (blue) to mock-infected cells. Inset is a magnified view of all genes induced > 5-fold in PR8-infected cells treated with non-targeting siRNA. (j) Chart grouping all of the genes induced > 5-fold in PR8-infected cells based on the effect MMR knockdown has on their mRNA levels. (k) Heat map displaying the effect of MMR knockdown on ISG and antiviral genes from the group of genes displayed in j. (l-o) Fold induction of (l) IFI44L and (n) IFIT1 RNA levels after viral infection as well as the difference in infection-induced (m) IFI44L and (o) IFIT1 RNA levels (48 hpi) after knockdown of control or MMR genes. Data shown as mean ± SD, n=4 independent samples. Data are representative of at least three independent experiments. (p) Western blot of IFIT1 in H441 cells following the specified treatments. Tubulin = loading control. For all panels: p-values calculated using unpaired two-tailed t tests; representative of two independent experiments, unless otherwise indicated.

    Techniques Used: Activity Assay, Expressing, Western Blot, Preserving, Infection, Transfection, Two Tailed Test

    25) Product Images from "ETV7 represses a subset of interferon-stimulated genes that restrict influenza viruses"

    Article Title: ETV7 represses a subset of interferon-stimulated genes that restrict influenza viruses

    Journal: bioRxiv

    doi: 10.1101/851543

    ETV7 differentially regulates ISGs during the type I IFN response based on ISRE-related regulatory elements. A) Dendrogram of genes most differentially expressed in cells overexpressing either a control protein (mCherry) or ETV7 before and after IFN-α treatment (100 U/mL, 9 h) as measured using RNA sequencing. Three independent, biological replicates per condition. Red box highlights control samples, yellow box highlights ETV7-expressing samples, shading indicates IFN-stimulated samples. The box width indicates the linkage distance between samples before and after IFN, indicating control cells’ transcriptional profile is more diverged after IFN treatment compared to ETV7-expressing cells. B) Heat map displaying RNA levels of genes upregulated at least two-fold following IFN-α treatment (100 U/mL, 9 h) in control cells. Expression was normalized to control cells after IFN treatment (averaged across replicates). Yellow = downregulated, blue = upregulated. C,D) Motif counts in promoter regions (−1000 bp, +500 bp) for the genes most and least affected by ETV7 overexpression in the RNA sequencing results. ETS sites (GGAA) highlighted in yellow. P-values calculated using unpaired, two-tailed Mann-Whitney U tests (*p
    Figure Legend Snippet: ETV7 differentially regulates ISGs during the type I IFN response based on ISRE-related regulatory elements. A) Dendrogram of genes most differentially expressed in cells overexpressing either a control protein (mCherry) or ETV7 before and after IFN-α treatment (100 U/mL, 9 h) as measured using RNA sequencing. Three independent, biological replicates per condition. Red box highlights control samples, yellow box highlights ETV7-expressing samples, shading indicates IFN-stimulated samples. The box width indicates the linkage distance between samples before and after IFN, indicating control cells’ transcriptional profile is more diverged after IFN treatment compared to ETV7-expressing cells. B) Heat map displaying RNA levels of genes upregulated at least two-fold following IFN-α treatment (100 U/mL, 9 h) in control cells. Expression was normalized to control cells after IFN treatment (averaged across replicates). Yellow = downregulated, blue = upregulated. C,D) Motif counts in promoter regions (−1000 bp, +500 bp) for the genes most and least affected by ETV7 overexpression in the RNA sequencing results. ETS sites (GGAA) highlighted in yellow. P-values calculated using unpaired, two-tailed Mann-Whitney U tests (*p

    Techniques Used: RNA Sequencing Assay, Expressing, Over Expression, Two Tailed Test, MANN-WHITNEY

    ETV7 loss enhances expression of specific ISGs. A) ISG15 and ETV7 mRNA levels in A549 lung epithelial cells after IFN-α treatment (1000 U/mL, 6 h) (data shown as mean ± SD, n=4). B) Percentage of A549 cells expressing GFP from IFNrsp reporter after knockout of ETV7 and IFN-α treatment (1000 U/mL, 6 h) (data shown as mean ± SD, n=3, statistical analysis represents p-values for both of the two ETV7 KO sgRNAs compared to a non-targeting control). C) mRNA levels of ETV7 in non-targeting control and ETV7 KO A549 cells after IFN-α treatment (1000 U/mL, 6 h) (data shown as mean ± SD, n=4). D,E) Representative genes were chosen from the groups D) most affected by ETV7 (Group I) and E) least affected (Groups II and III) in the RNA sequencing analysis ( Fig. 4B ). Each gene’s potential ISRE sequences (ETS sites highlighted in yellow) are shown, along with its mRNA levels in control and ETV7 KO cells after IFN-α treatment (1000 U/mL, 6 h) (data shown as mean ± SD, n=4). For all panels: Data shown are representative of two independent experiments. P-values calculated using unpaired, two-tailed Student’s t-tests (*p
    Figure Legend Snippet: ETV7 loss enhances expression of specific ISGs. A) ISG15 and ETV7 mRNA levels in A549 lung epithelial cells after IFN-α treatment (1000 U/mL, 6 h) (data shown as mean ± SD, n=4). B) Percentage of A549 cells expressing GFP from IFNrsp reporter after knockout of ETV7 and IFN-α treatment (1000 U/mL, 6 h) (data shown as mean ± SD, n=3, statistical analysis represents p-values for both of the two ETV7 KO sgRNAs compared to a non-targeting control). C) mRNA levels of ETV7 in non-targeting control and ETV7 KO A549 cells after IFN-α treatment (1000 U/mL, 6 h) (data shown as mean ± SD, n=4). D,E) Representative genes were chosen from the groups D) most affected by ETV7 (Group I) and E) least affected (Groups II and III) in the RNA sequencing analysis ( Fig. 4B ). Each gene’s potential ISRE sequences (ETS sites highlighted in yellow) are shown, along with its mRNA levels in control and ETV7 KO cells after IFN-α treatment (1000 U/mL, 6 h) (data shown as mean ± SD, n=4). For all panels: Data shown are representative of two independent experiments. P-values calculated using unpaired, two-tailed Student’s t-tests (*p

    Techniques Used: Expressing, Knock-Out, RNA Sequencing Assay, Two Tailed Test

    26) Product Images from "DNA mismatch repair controls the host innate response and cell fate after influenza virus infection"

    Article Title: DNA mismatch repair controls the host innate response and cell fate after influenza virus infection

    Journal: Nature microbiology

    doi: 10.1038/s41564-019-0509-3

    Loss of DNA MMR activity reduces the innate antiviral transcriptional response against influenza A virus. (a) NanoLuc reporter expression and (b) relative cell viability in H441 cells that have been treated with PBS or H2O2 (for 30 min). Data shown as mean ± SD, n=4 independent samples. (c) Fold change of Mx1 RNA levels in H441 cells following treatment with PBS or IFN-alpha +/− H2O2 treatment (for 30 min). Data shown as mean ± SD, n=4 independent samples. (d) Western blot for Mx1 in H441 cells following the specified treatments. Tubulin = loading control. (e) NanoLuc reporter expression and (f) relative cell viability in H441 cells following the specified treatments. Data shown as mean ± SD, n=4 independent samples. (g) Median fluorescent intensity of the ISRE-GFP reporter in 293T cells following the specified treatments. Data shown as mean ± SD, n=3 independent samples. (h) Model depicting the role of DNA MMR in preserving antiviral gene expression. (i) RNAseq data showing fold change of mRNA levels in H441 cells comparing PR8-infected cells transfected with non-targeting siRNA (black) or MSH2+MSH6 siRNA (blue) to mock-infected cells. Inset is a magnified view of all genes induced > 5-fold in PR8-infected cells treated with non-targeting siRNA. (j) Chart grouping all of the genes induced > 5-fold in PR8-infected cells based on the effect MMR knockdown has on their mRNA levels. (k) Heat map displaying the effect of MMR knockdown on ISG and antiviral genes from the group of genes displayed in j. (l-o) Fold induction of (l) IFI44L and (n) IFIT1 RNA levels after viral infection as well as the difference in infection-induced (m) IFI44L and (o) IFIT1 RNA levels (48 hpi) after knockdown of control or MMR genes. Data shown as mean ± SD, n=4 independent samples. Data are representative of at least three independent experiments. (p) Western blot of IFIT1 in H441 cells following the specified treatments. Tubulin = loading control. For all panels: p-values calculated using unpaired two-tailed t tests; representative of two independent experiments, unless otherwise indicated.
    Figure Legend Snippet: Loss of DNA MMR activity reduces the innate antiviral transcriptional response against influenza A virus. (a) NanoLuc reporter expression and (b) relative cell viability in H441 cells that have been treated with PBS or H2O2 (for 30 min). Data shown as mean ± SD, n=4 independent samples. (c) Fold change of Mx1 RNA levels in H441 cells following treatment with PBS or IFN-alpha +/− H2O2 treatment (for 30 min). Data shown as mean ± SD, n=4 independent samples. (d) Western blot for Mx1 in H441 cells following the specified treatments. Tubulin = loading control. (e) NanoLuc reporter expression and (f) relative cell viability in H441 cells following the specified treatments. Data shown as mean ± SD, n=4 independent samples. (g) Median fluorescent intensity of the ISRE-GFP reporter in 293T cells following the specified treatments. Data shown as mean ± SD, n=3 independent samples. (h) Model depicting the role of DNA MMR in preserving antiviral gene expression. (i) RNAseq data showing fold change of mRNA levels in H441 cells comparing PR8-infected cells transfected with non-targeting siRNA (black) or MSH2+MSH6 siRNA (blue) to mock-infected cells. Inset is a magnified view of all genes induced > 5-fold in PR8-infected cells treated with non-targeting siRNA. (j) Chart grouping all of the genes induced > 5-fold in PR8-infected cells based on the effect MMR knockdown has on their mRNA levels. (k) Heat map displaying the effect of MMR knockdown on ISG and antiviral genes from the group of genes displayed in j. (l-o) Fold induction of (l) IFI44L and (n) IFIT1 RNA levels after viral infection as well as the difference in infection-induced (m) IFI44L and (o) IFIT1 RNA levels (48 hpi) after knockdown of control or MMR genes. Data shown as mean ± SD, n=4 independent samples. Data are representative of at least three independent experiments. (p) Western blot of IFIT1 in H441 cells following the specified treatments. Tubulin = loading control. For all panels: p-values calculated using unpaired two-tailed t tests; representative of two independent experiments, unless otherwise indicated.

    Techniques Used: Activity Assay, Expressing, Western Blot, Preserving, Infection, Transfection, Two Tailed Test

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