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    ATCC staphylococcus lugdunensis
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    Bio-Techne corporation rabbit iron regulatory protein 2 irp2
    Functional effect of dietary and genetic iron overload on iron metabolism. ( a ) Cytosolic aconitase (c-aconitase) and ( b ) mitochondrial aconitase (m-aconitase) activity in Hfe −/− mice on ND and HI. ( c ) and ( d ), densitometric quantification and Western blot of iron regulatory <t>protein</t> <t>2</t> <t>(Irp2)</t> protein. β-Actin served as loading control. Values are depicted as n-fold change of Wt ND. All results were obtained from snap-frozen samples. n = 5–6 mice per group. Two-way ANOVA: ( a ) diet, F (1,19) = 0.2176, p = 0.6462; genotype, F (1,19) = 1.813, p = 0.1940; diet X genotype, F (1,19) = 0.05023, p = 0.8251; ( b ) diet, F (1,19) = 0.9945, p = 0.3312; genotype, F (1,19) = 15.89, p = 0.0008; diet X genotype, F (1,19) = 0.1675, p = 0.6869; ( c ) diet, F (1,16) = 1.291, p = 0.2726; genotype, F (1,16) = 3.135, p = 0.0957; diet X genotype, F (1,16) = 4.116, p = 0.0595. Values are shown as median ± interquartile range. The exact p -values are indicated in the graphs.
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    Unigene xlsx 49576 kb additional file
    Functional effect of dietary and genetic iron overload on iron metabolism. ( a ) Cytosolic aconitase (c-aconitase) and ( b ) mitochondrial aconitase (m-aconitase) activity in Hfe −/− mice on ND and HI. ( c ) and ( d ), densitometric quantification and Western blot of iron regulatory <t>protein</t> <t>2</t> <t>(Irp2)</t> protein. β-Actin served as loading control. Values are depicted as n-fold change of Wt ND. All results were obtained from snap-frozen samples. n = 5–6 mice per group. Two-way ANOVA: ( a ) diet, F (1,19) = 0.2176, p = 0.6462; genotype, F (1,19) = 1.813, p = 0.1940; diet X genotype, F (1,19) = 0.05023, p = 0.8251; ( b ) diet, F (1,19) = 0.9945, p = 0.3312; genotype, F (1,19) = 15.89, p = 0.0008; diet X genotype, F (1,19) = 0.1675, p = 0.6869; ( c ) diet, F (1,16) = 1.291, p = 0.2726; genotype, F (1,16) = 3.135, p = 0.0957; diet X genotype, F (1,16) = 4.116, p = 0.0595. Values are shown as median ± interquartile range. The exact p -values are indicated in the graphs.
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    Functional effect of dietary and genetic iron overload on iron metabolism. ( a ) Cytosolic aconitase (c-aconitase) and ( b ) mitochondrial aconitase (m-aconitase) activity in Hfe −/− mice on ND and HI. ( c ) and ( d ), densitometric quantification and Western blot of iron regulatory protein 2 (Irp2) protein. β-Actin served as loading control. Values are depicted as n-fold change of Wt ND. All results were obtained from snap-frozen samples. n = 5–6 mice per group. Two-way ANOVA: ( a ) diet, F (1,19) = 0.2176, p = 0.6462; genotype, F (1,19) = 1.813, p = 0.1940; diet X genotype, F (1,19) = 0.05023, p = 0.8251; ( b ) diet, F (1,19) = 0.9945, p = 0.3312; genotype, F (1,19) = 15.89, p = 0.0008; diet X genotype, F (1,19) = 0.1675, p = 0.6869; ( c ) diet, F (1,16) = 1.291, p = 0.2726; genotype, F (1,16) = 3.135, p = 0.0957; diet X genotype, F (1,16) = 4.116, p = 0.0595. Values are shown as median ± interquartile range. The exact p -values are indicated in the graphs.

    Journal: Antioxidants

    Article Title: Dietary Iron Overload and Hfe −/− Related Hemochromatosis Alter Hepatic Mitochondrial Function

    doi: 10.3390/antiox10111818

    Figure Lengend Snippet: Functional effect of dietary and genetic iron overload on iron metabolism. ( a ) Cytosolic aconitase (c-aconitase) and ( b ) mitochondrial aconitase (m-aconitase) activity in Hfe −/− mice on ND and HI. ( c ) and ( d ), densitometric quantification and Western blot of iron regulatory protein 2 (Irp2) protein. β-Actin served as loading control. Values are depicted as n-fold change of Wt ND. All results were obtained from snap-frozen samples. n = 5–6 mice per group. Two-way ANOVA: ( a ) diet, F (1,19) = 0.2176, p = 0.6462; genotype, F (1,19) = 1.813, p = 0.1940; diet X genotype, F (1,19) = 0.05023, p = 0.8251; ( b ) diet, F (1,19) = 0.9945, p = 0.3312; genotype, F (1,19) = 15.89, p = 0.0008; diet X genotype, F (1,19) = 0.1675, p = 0.6869; ( c ) diet, F (1,16) = 1.291, p = 0.2726; genotype, F (1,16) = 3.135, p = 0.0957; diet X genotype, F (1,16) = 4.116, p = 0.0595. Values are shown as median ± interquartile range. The exact p -values are indicated in the graphs.

    Article Snippet: After blocking the following antibodies were used: mouse TfR1 antibody (1:1000; Invitrogen, Waltham, MA, USA), rabbit ferritin antibody (1:500; Sigma-Aldrich, St. Louis, MO, USA), rabbit mitoferrin 2 (Mfrn2) antibody (1:1000; Bioss, Woburn, MA, USA), rabbit mitochondrial ferritin (MtF) antibody (1:1000; Abcam, Cambridge, United Kingdom), rabbit Fpn antibody (1:400; Eurogentec, Seraing, Belgium), rabbit β-Actin antibody (1:1000; Sigma-Aldrich, St. Louis, MO, USA), rabbit iron regulatory protein 2 (Irp2) antibody (1:1000; Novus Biological, Littleton, CO, USA), total rodent OXPHOS antibody cocktail (1:1000; Abcam, Cambridge, United Kingdom), mouse cytochrome c oxidase subunit 4 (CoxIV) antibody (1:1000, Abcam, Cambridge, United Kingdom), rabbit α-Tubulin antibody (1:1000, Cell Signaling Technology, Danvers, MA, USA) and appropriate horseradish peroxidase (HRP) conjugated secondary antibodies (1:4000; Dako North America, Carpinteria, CA, USA).

    Techniques: Functional Assay, Activity Assay, Hi-C, Western Blot