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Additional file 1: of No difference in renal injury and fibrosis between wild-type and NOD1/NOD2 double knockout mice with chronic kidney disease induced by ureteral obstruction

Stroo, Ingrid; Diba Emal; Butter, Loes; Teske, Gwen; Claessen, Nike; Dessing, Mark; Girardin, Stephen; Florquin, Sandrine; Jaklien Leemans;
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  • Published: 01 Jan 2018
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Figure S1. The genotype of NOD1/2 DKO mice. Genomic DNA from mice was amplified by PCR with specific primers to detect the disrupted sequences on a 1% agarose gel with a 100Â bp marker. First 5 bands are the KO mice and the last bands are the WT mice in A and B. NÂ =â 5/3 per group. (TIFF 12868 kb)
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