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Injury-dependent hydrogen peroxide oxidation of IKK-alpha regulates keratinocyte migration through induction of EGF

Organism Icon Danio rerio
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Technology Badge IconIllumina HiSeq 2000

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Hydrogen peroxide is known to promote skin keratinocyte migration, although the mechanism of action is unclear. In an attempt to identify signaling pathways regulated by hydrogen peroxide in the skin, 3 day post fertilized (dpf) zebrafish larvae (nacre strain) were treated with 3mM hydrogen peroxide for 2 hours and subjected to RNA-seq analyses. Pools of about 1000 embryos for each of three biological replicates were derived from 5 independent mating pairs and raised to larval stages until 3 dpf. All larvae were subsequently homogenized in Trizol and total RNA was extracted using a chloroform extraction protocol treated with DNAse. Messenger RNA (mRNA) was subsequently purified from total RNA using biotin-tagged poly dT oligonucleotides and streptavidin-coated magnetic beads, followed by quality control using an Agilent Technologies 2100 Bioanalyzer (values >7 were used for sequencing). The poly(A)-tailed mRNA samples were fragmented and double-stranded cDNA generated by random priming for deep sequencing studies. Overall design: 6 samples total were analyzed. 3 untreated, and 3 hydrogen peroxide treated (3mM, 2hr)
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