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Figure 6. Arid3a is required for the regeneration of proximal tubules in X.laevis.(A) Conditional knockdown of Arid3a using arid3a.L-photo-morpholinos (arid3a.L-Photo-MO). The upper panel shows the experimental design of conditional gene knockdown experiment using Photo-MO. arid3a.L-antisense-splicing-blocking MO (arid3a.L-MO) inactivated by Photo-MO is injected at the one-cell stage, subjected to UV exposure at stages 29–30, and then sacrificed for RT-PCR analyses. The lower panel shows the statistical analysis. The significance of differences between the UV-untreated and UV-treated embryos was calculated by two-tailed unpaired t-test (p=0.0217). The error bars indicate SEM. (B) Conditional knockdown of Arid3a during nephric regeneration causes the reduction of lhx1 expression. The upper panel shows the experimental design. arid3a.L-MO inactivated by Photo-MO is injected at the one-cell stage, followed by UV exposure at stages 29–30, nephrectomy at stages 36–37, and subsequently incubation for 48 hr. The lower panel shows the quantification of lhx1 expression signals. The analysis indicates that there was no significant difference between the control side and the nephrectomized side (two-tailed paired t-test, p=0.0748). N indicates the number of examined embryos. The lines in boxes indicate the median. (C) Arid3a is required for the regeneration of nephric tubules. The upper panel shows the experimental design. arid3a.L-MO inactivated by Photo-MO is injected at the one-cell stage, and UV exposure is performed at stages 29–30, followed by nephrectomy at stages 36–37 and subsequently incubation for 72 hr. The left panel shows a summary of the statistics of three independent experiments.

Image published in: Suzuki N et al. (2019)

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