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From: Proteomic analysis of Nrk gene-disrupted placental tissue cells explains physiological significance of NRK

Fig. 1

2DE map of the Nrk−/− mouse placenta. Representative 2DE protein profiles with the protein spots marked as differentially regulated on Nrk−/− placentas at embryonic day 18.5 (E18.5). We performed proteomics in over triplicate experiments and presented herein the dataset for late-pregnancy placental tissues disrupted for the tumor suppressor gene Nrk. Pairs of WT/KO gel images were compared to identify 18 protein spots (from approximately 1800 detected spots) that differed significantly in the 2DE images. The identities of the spots, as determined by LC–ESI–MS/MS, are presented in Table 1. Total protein fractions were separated by isoelectric focusing on a Multiphor II system (GE Healthcare Ltd., UK) and SDS-PAGE using a NuPAGE 4–12% Bis–Tris Z00m Gel (Thermo Fisher Scientific). SYPRO Ruby-stained gels were scanned using the Typhoon Imaging System (GE Healthcare Ltd., UK) and analyzed using Image Master 2D Platinum 7.0 software (GE Healthcare Ltd., UK). Spots corresponding to differentially expressed proteins are labeled with numbers

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