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From: TMEM106B expression is reduced in Alzheimer’s disease brains

Figure 2

Universal expression of TMEM106B mRNAs in human neural cells. mRNA expression was studied by reverse transcriptase (RT)-polymerase chain reaction (PCR) in human tissues and cultured cells. (a) TMEM106A, (b) TMEM106B, (c) TMEM106C, (d) progranulin (PGRN), and (e) G3PDH, a housekeeping gene for a positive control. The lanes indicate (1) the frontal cortex of the human cerebrum (CBR) with inclusion of the RT step, (2) CBR without inclusion of the RT step, (3) astrocytes (AS), (4) neuronal progenitor (NP) cells, (5) NTera2 teratocarcinoma-derived neurons, (6) SK-N-SH neuroblastoma, (7) IMR-32 neuroblastoma, (8) U-373MG glioblastoma, (9) T98G glioblastoma, and (10) HMO6 microglia. TMEM106A, TMEM106B, TMEM106C, and PGRN were amplified for 35 cycles, while G3PDH was amplified for 28 cycles.

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