DNA Repair Gene Expression Associated with Oxidative Stress Responses

Published: 16 December 2020| Version 1 | DOI: 10.17632/ppnx2czx5k.1
Contributors:
Gloria A Santa-Gonzalez,
Mauricio Camargo

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The transcriptomic effect in DNA repair genes after long-term oxidative stimuli was assessed as follows: C2C12 cells (ATCC, CRL-1772) were exposed to a chronic pro-oxidant treatment outline performed with daily 1-hour addition of glucose oxidase (GlucOx, Sigma G6641) to produce hydrogen peroxide at a concentration of ~50 μM. Gene expression levels were obtained from C2C12 cells by qRT-PCR-based microarray (QIAGEN PAMM-042Z) performed in both control cells (NT) and cells exposed to chronic GlucOx treatments (ADP). Cycle threshold (Ct) values obtained for three independent experiments are shown in Table 1.

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Universidad de Antioquia

Categories

DNA Repair, Cell Adaptation, Oxidative Stress

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