Additional file 2: of Subretinal macrophages produce classical complement activator C1q leading to the progression of focal retinal degeneration

Figure S2. Retinal C3d protein levels in wild-type (WT) dim-reared controls and after 7 days of photo-oxidative damage (PD). A: C3d protein levels significantly increased in retinas following 7 days of photo-oxidative damage (P < 0.05; N = 4). C3d levels were normalised to a GAPDH loading control. B-C: Representative western blots showing an increased level of C3d after 7 days of photo-oxidative damage (C) compared to dim-reared controls (B). Statistical significance was determined by an unpaired student t-test (* represents P < 0.05). (TIF 4344 kb)