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posted on 11.10.2018, 05:00 by Xue Leng, Jun Ma, Yunhui Liu, Shuyuan Shen, Hai Yu, Jian Zheng, Xiaobai Liu, Libo Liu, Jiajia Chen, Lini Zhao, Xuelei Ruan, Yixue Xue
Figure S1. The permeability of glioma-conditioned normal BBB was increased. “ECs” represents co-cultured ECs (hCMEC/D3) with human astrocytes; “GECs” represents co-cultured ECs (hCMEC/D3) with glioma cells. (A) TEER values in the in vitro glioma-conditioned normal BBB model. Data represent the mean ± SD (n = 3, each). *P < 0.05 vs. the ECs group. (B) HRP flux in the in vitro glioma-conditioned normal BBB model. Data represent the mean ± SD (n = 3, each). *P < 0.05 vs. the ECs group. Figure S2. The prediction results of Bioinformatics software. (A) The predicted binding site for piR-DQ590027 in the base sequence of MIR17HG. (B) The predicted binding sites of MIR17HG and miR-153/miR-377. (C) The predicted binding sites of miR-153 and miR-377 in 3’UTR of FOXR2. (D) The predicted binding sites of FOXR2 and the promoter regions of ZO-1, claudin-5 and occludin respectively (“yeloow” represents the binding sites; “red” represents transcription start site). Figure S3. The schematic cartoon underlying the mechanism of piR-DQ590027/MIR17HG regulating the permeability of glioma conditioned normal BBB. (PDF 861 kb)

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