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    ATCC l acidophilus atcc 4962
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    ATCC l gasseri strains
    Primer extension analysis and comparison of the putative promoter sequences of the apf1 gene (a) and the apf2 gene (b). Computer predictions of the secondary structure of the untranslated leader sequence of mRNA are directed by the putative promoter P2-a (c). (a and b) P-1a indicates the putative promoter P-1a, while P-2a indicates the putative promoter P-2a. Underlined boldface type, −10 and −35 boxes; solid shading, TG doublet of extended −10 sequence; SD, Shine-Dalgarno sequence; REP, direct repeats in the −35 box; boldface type (TT, GC, TG) indicates transcription start point. The start codon is given at the right end of the sequence. Lanes 1, L. johnsonii ATCC 11506 (RNA from the exponential growth phase); lanes 2, L. johnsonii ATCC 11506 (RNA from the stationary growth phase); lanes 3, L. johnsonii ATCC 33200 (RNA from the exponential growth phase); lanes 4, L. johnsonii ATCC 33200 (RNA from the stationary growth phase); lanes 5, L. johnsonii DSM 20553 (RNA from the exponential growth phase); lane 6, L. johnsonii DSM 20553 (RNA from the stationary growth phase); lane 7, L. johnsonii ATCC 332 (RNA from the exponential growth phase); lane 8, L. johnsonii ATCC 332 (RNA from the stationary growth phase); lane 9, L. <t>gasseri</t> ATCC 19992 (RNA from the exponential growth phase); lane 10, L. gasseri ATCC 19992 (RNA from the stationary growth phase); lane 11, L. gasseri VPI 11759 (RNA from the exponential growth phase); lane 12, L. gasseri VPI 11759 (RNA from the stationary growth phase).
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    Cell Signaling Technology Inc irf 3
    Immunoblot for NF-κB and <t>IRF-3</t> phosphorylation following LOS treatment. THP-1 cells (2 × 10 6 ) were distributed into each well of the 6-well plates and were stimulated with 100 ng/ml of 89I, 1291, or GC56 LOS for 0, 15, 30, 60, 120, and
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    Primer extension analysis and comparison of the putative promoter sequences of the apf1 gene (a) and the apf2 gene (b). Computer predictions of the secondary structure of the untranslated leader sequence of mRNA are directed by the putative promoter P2-a (c). (a and b) P-1a indicates the putative promoter P-1a, while P-2a indicates the putative promoter P-2a. Underlined boldface type, −10 and −35 boxes; solid shading, TG doublet of extended −10 sequence; SD, Shine-Dalgarno sequence; REP, direct repeats in the −35 box; boldface type (TT, GC, TG) indicates transcription start point. The start codon is given at the right end of the sequence. Lanes 1, L. johnsonii ATCC 11506 (RNA from the exponential growth phase); lanes 2, L. johnsonii ATCC 11506 (RNA from the stationary growth phase); lanes 3, L. johnsonii ATCC 33200 (RNA from the exponential growth phase); lanes 4, L. johnsonii ATCC 33200 (RNA from the stationary growth phase); lanes 5, L. johnsonii DSM 20553 (RNA from the exponential growth phase); lane 6, L. johnsonii DSM 20553 (RNA from the stationary growth phase); lane 7, L. johnsonii ATCC 332 (RNA from the exponential growth phase); lane 8, L. johnsonii ATCC 332 (RNA from the stationary growth phase); lane 9, L. gasseri ATCC 19992 (RNA from the exponential growth phase); lane 10, L. gasseri ATCC 19992 (RNA from the stationary growth phase); lane 11, L. gasseri VPI 11759 (RNA from the exponential growth phase); lane 12, L. gasseri VPI 11759 (RNA from the stationary growth phase).

    Journal: Applied and Environmental Microbiology

    Article Title: Identification and Characterization of Novel Surface Proteins in Lactobacillus johnsonii and Lactobacillus gasseri

    doi: 10.1128/AEM.68.12.6172-6181.2002

    Figure Lengend Snippet: Primer extension analysis and comparison of the putative promoter sequences of the apf1 gene (a) and the apf2 gene (b). Computer predictions of the secondary structure of the untranslated leader sequence of mRNA are directed by the putative promoter P2-a (c). (a and b) P-1a indicates the putative promoter P-1a, while P-2a indicates the putative promoter P-2a. Underlined boldface type, −10 and −35 boxes; solid shading, TG doublet of extended −10 sequence; SD, Shine-Dalgarno sequence; REP, direct repeats in the −35 box; boldface type (TT, GC, TG) indicates transcription start point. The start codon is given at the right end of the sequence. Lanes 1, L. johnsonii ATCC 11506 (RNA from the exponential growth phase); lanes 2, L. johnsonii ATCC 11506 (RNA from the stationary growth phase); lanes 3, L. johnsonii ATCC 33200 (RNA from the exponential growth phase); lanes 4, L. johnsonii ATCC 33200 (RNA from the stationary growth phase); lanes 5, L. johnsonii DSM 20553 (RNA from the exponential growth phase); lane 6, L. johnsonii DSM 20553 (RNA from the stationary growth phase); lane 7, L. johnsonii ATCC 332 (RNA from the exponential growth phase); lane 8, L. johnsonii ATCC 332 (RNA from the stationary growth phase); lane 9, L. gasseri ATCC 19992 (RNA from the exponential growth phase); lane 10, L. gasseri ATCC 19992 (RNA from the stationary growth phase); lane 11, L. gasseri VPI 11759 (RNA from the exponential growth phase); lane 12, L. gasseri VPI 11759 (RNA from the stationary growth phase).

    Article Snippet: In all L. gasseri strains and L. johnsonii ATCC 332, we could observe a transcript consisting of approximately 1,000 nucleotides for both genes (Fig. ).

    Techniques: Sequencing

    Northern blot analysis of L. gasseri and L. johnsonii apf1 and apf2 gene transcripts by using a probe covering the 5′ end of apf1 and the 3′ end of apf2 . Lane 1, L. gasseri VPI 11759 (RNA from exponential growth phase); lane 2, L. gasseri VPI 11759 (RNA from stationary growth phase); lane 3, L. gasseri ATCC 19992 (RNA from stationary growth phase); lane 4, L. gasseri ATCC 19992 (RNA from exponential growth phase); lane 5, L. johnsonii ATCC 11506 (RNA from exponential growth phase); lane 6, L. johnsonii ATCC 11506 (RNA from stationary growth phase); lane 7, L. johnsonii DSM 20553 (RNA from exponential growth phase); lane 8, L. johnsonii DSM 20553 (RNA from stationary growth phase); lane 9, L. johnsonii ATCC 33200 (RNA from exponential growth phase); lane 10, L. johnsonii ATCC 33200 (RNA from stationary growth phase); lane 11, L. johnsonii ATCC 332 (RNA from exponential growth phase); lane 12, L. johnsonii ATCC 332 (RNA from stationary growth phase). The estimated sizes of the detected transcripts are indicated.

    Journal: Applied and Environmental Microbiology

    Article Title: Identification and Characterization of Novel Surface Proteins in Lactobacillus johnsonii and Lactobacillus gasseri

    doi: 10.1128/AEM.68.12.6172-6181.2002

    Figure Lengend Snippet: Northern blot analysis of L. gasseri and L. johnsonii apf1 and apf2 gene transcripts by using a probe covering the 5′ end of apf1 and the 3′ end of apf2 . Lane 1, L. gasseri VPI 11759 (RNA from exponential growth phase); lane 2, L. gasseri VPI 11759 (RNA from stationary growth phase); lane 3, L. gasseri ATCC 19992 (RNA from stationary growth phase); lane 4, L. gasseri ATCC 19992 (RNA from exponential growth phase); lane 5, L. johnsonii ATCC 11506 (RNA from exponential growth phase); lane 6, L. johnsonii ATCC 11506 (RNA from stationary growth phase); lane 7, L. johnsonii DSM 20553 (RNA from exponential growth phase); lane 8, L. johnsonii DSM 20553 (RNA from stationary growth phase); lane 9, L. johnsonii ATCC 33200 (RNA from exponential growth phase); lane 10, L. johnsonii ATCC 33200 (RNA from stationary growth phase); lane 11, L. johnsonii ATCC 332 (RNA from exponential growth phase); lane 12, L. johnsonii ATCC 332 (RNA from stationary growth phase). The estimated sizes of the detected transcripts are indicated.

    Article Snippet: In all L. gasseri strains and L. johnsonii ATCC 332, we could observe a transcript consisting of approximately 1,000 nucleotides for both genes (Fig. ).

    Techniques: Northern Blot

    Immunoblot for NF-κB and IRF-3 phosphorylation following LOS treatment. THP-1 cells (2 × 10 6 ) were distributed into each well of the 6-well plates and were stimulated with 100 ng/ml of 89I, 1291, or GC56 LOS for 0, 15, 30, 60, 120, and

    Journal: Journal of immunology (Baltimore, Md. : 1950)

    Article Title: Phosphoryl Moieties of Lipid A from Neisseria meningitidis and N. gonorrhoeae Lipooligosaccharides Play an Important Role in Activation of both MyD88- and TRIF-Dependent TLR4/MD-2 Signaling Pathways 1

    doi: 10.4049/jimmunol.1000953

    Figure Lengend Snippet: Immunoblot for NF-κB and IRF-3 phosphorylation following LOS treatment. THP-1 cells (2 × 10 6 ) were distributed into each well of the 6-well plates and were stimulated with 100 ng/ml of 89I, 1291, or GC56 LOS for 0, 15, 30, 60, 120, and

    Article Snippet: Phosphorylated and non-phosphorylated proteins were detected by antibodies directed against phosphor-p65, p65, phosphor-IRF-3, IRF-3, IRF-1, IRF-7, or actin (Cell Signaling, Beverly, MA).

    Techniques: