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Fig. 4 | Molecular Brain

Fig. 4

From: A microRNA signature of toxic extrasynaptic N-methyl-D-aspartate (NMDA) receptor signaling

Fig. 4

Drosha is required for NMDA-induced increases in TAM levels. a Representative Western Blot of hippocampal neurons that were left uninfected or that were infected with rAAV expressing scrambled or anti-Drosha shRNA. b Quantification of Western Blot experiments. DROSHA protein levels were calculated relative to uninfected controls. Mean + SEM from two independent experiments are shown. P-value was determined with two-tailed t test. Compared to uninfected and scrambled shRNA controls, targeting shRNA reduces DROSHA protein levels by approximately 60%. c, d QRT-PCR analysis of TAM and control miRNA expression in cells infected with rAAV expressing scrambled or anti-Drosha shRNA, without (basal, c) and with (induced, d) NMDA stimulation. Mean values (relative to uninfected control) + SEM from five independent experiments are shown. P-values were determined with two-tailed paired t test

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