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    Effect of fasting/refeeding on purinergic P2 receptor expression. (A) Schematic diagram of the fasting/refeeding experiment. One group of 30-day-old rats was fed food ad libitum for the entire experiment (Control), and the second group of 30-day-old rats was fasted for 48 h and subsequently refed with standard chow for 2 h (Refed). Both groups were allowed to drink water ad libitum . At the end of this procedure, hypothalamic slices were prepared from both groups. (B) Effect of fasting/refeeding on the relative mRNA expression (calculated as probe/18sRNA ratio) of the P2X2, P2X4, P2X7, P2Y1, and <t>P2Y2</t> receptors as well as AVP and OT in the SON normalized to the control group. Data represent the mean ± S.E.M with a scatterplot of the individual data points ( n = 6 tissue samples from three animals). Significant differences between control and fasted/refed animals were estimated using the unpaired t -test, p < 0.01 ( ∗∗ ) and p < 0.05 ( ∗ ).
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    Article Title: P2X2 Receptor Expression and Function Is Upregulated in the Rat Supraoptic Nucleus Stimulated Through Refeeding After Fasting

    Journal: Frontiers in Cellular Neuroscience

    doi: 10.3389/fncel.2019.00284

    Effect of fasting/refeeding on purinergic P2 receptor expression. (A) Schematic diagram of the fasting/refeeding experiment. One group of 30-day-old rats was fed food ad libitum for the entire experiment (Control), and the second group of 30-day-old rats was fasted for 48 h and subsequently refed with standard chow for 2 h (Refed). Both groups were allowed to drink water ad libitum . At the end of this procedure, hypothalamic slices were prepared from both groups. (B) Effect of fasting/refeeding on the relative mRNA expression (calculated as probe/18sRNA ratio) of the P2X2, P2X4, P2X7, P2Y1, and P2Y2 receptors as well as AVP and OT in the SON normalized to the control group. Data represent the mean ± S.E.M with a scatterplot of the individual data points ( n = 6 tissue samples from three animals). Significant differences between control and fasted/refed animals were estimated using the unpaired t -test, p < 0.01 ( ∗∗ ) and p < 0.05 ( ∗ ).
    Figure Legend Snippet: Effect of fasting/refeeding on purinergic P2 receptor expression. (A) Schematic diagram of the fasting/refeeding experiment. One group of 30-day-old rats was fed food ad libitum for the entire experiment (Control), and the second group of 30-day-old rats was fasted for 48 h and subsequently refed with standard chow for 2 h (Refed). Both groups were allowed to drink water ad libitum . At the end of this procedure, hypothalamic slices were prepared from both groups. (B) Effect of fasting/refeeding on the relative mRNA expression (calculated as probe/18sRNA ratio) of the P2X2, P2X4, P2X7, P2Y1, and P2Y2 receptors as well as AVP and OT in the SON normalized to the control group. Data represent the mean ± S.E.M with a scatterplot of the individual data points ( n = 6 tissue samples from three animals). Significant differences between control and fasted/refed animals were estimated using the unpaired t -test, p < 0.01 ( ∗∗ ) and p < 0.05 ( ∗ ).

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    Effect of fasting/refeeding on purinergic P2 receptor expression. (A) Schematic diagram of the fasting/refeeding experiment. One group of 30-day-old rats was fed food ad libitum for the entire experiment (Control), and the second group of 30-day-old rats was fasted for 48 h and subsequently refed with standard chow for 2 h (Refed). Both groups were allowed to drink water ad libitum . At the end of this procedure, hypothalamic slices were prepared from both groups. (B) Effect of fasting/refeeding on the relative mRNA expression (calculated as probe/18sRNA ratio) of the P2X2, P2X4, P2X7, P2Y1, and <t>P2Y2</t> receptors as well as AVP and OT in the SON normalized to the control group. Data represent the mean ± S.E.M with a scatterplot of the individual data points ( n = 6 tissue samples from three animals). Significant differences between control and fasted/refed animals were estimated using the unpaired t -test, p < 0.01 ( ∗∗ ) and p < 0.05 ( ∗ ).
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    Effect of fasting/refeeding on purinergic P2 receptor expression. (A) Schematic diagram of the fasting/refeeding experiment. One group of 30-day-old rats was fed food ad libitum for the entire experiment (Control), and the second group of 30-day-old rats was fasted for 48 h and subsequently refed with standard chow for 2 h (Refed). Both groups were allowed to drink water ad libitum . At the end of this procedure, hypothalamic slices were prepared from both groups. (B) Effect of fasting/refeeding on the relative mRNA expression (calculated as probe/18sRNA ratio) of the P2X2, P2X4, P2X7, P2Y1, and P2Y2 receptors as well as AVP and OT in the SON normalized to the control group. Data represent the mean ± S.E.M with a scatterplot of the individual data points ( n = 6 tissue samples from three animals). Significant differences between control and fasted/refed animals were estimated using the unpaired t -test, p < 0.01 ( ∗∗ ) and p < 0.05 ( ∗ ).

    Journal: Frontiers in Cellular Neuroscience

    Article Title: P2X2 Receptor Expression and Function Is Upregulated in the Rat Supraoptic Nucleus Stimulated Through Refeeding After Fasting

    doi: 10.3389/fncel.2019.00284

    Figure Lengend Snippet: Effect of fasting/refeeding on purinergic P2 receptor expression. (A) Schematic diagram of the fasting/refeeding experiment. One group of 30-day-old rats was fed food ad libitum for the entire experiment (Control), and the second group of 30-day-old rats was fasted for 48 h and subsequently refed with standard chow for 2 h (Refed). Both groups were allowed to drink water ad libitum . At the end of this procedure, hypothalamic slices were prepared from both groups. (B) Effect of fasting/refeeding on the relative mRNA expression (calculated as probe/18sRNA ratio) of the P2X2, P2X4, P2X7, P2Y1, and P2Y2 receptors as well as AVP and OT in the SON normalized to the control group. Data represent the mean ± S.E.M with a scatterplot of the individual data points ( n = 6 tissue samples from three animals). Significant differences between control and fasted/refed animals were estimated using the unpaired t -test, p < 0.01 ( ∗∗ ) and p < 0.05 ( ∗ ).

    Article Snippet: Specifically, AVP (Rn00566449_m1), OT (Rn00564446_g1), P2X2 (Rn00586491_m1), P2X4 (Rn00580949_m1), P2X7 (Rn00570451_m1), P2Y1 (Rn00562996_m1), and P2Y2 (Rn00568476_m1) were used.

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