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From: L-mimosine and hypoxia can increase angiogenin production in dental pulp-derived cells

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L-mimosine and hypoxia stimulate angiogenin / ANGIOGENIN production in monolayer cultures of dental pulp-derived cells. Dental pulp-derived cells (DPC) were incubated with L-mimosine (L-MIM) at 1 mM or hypoxia for 24 h in monolayer cultures. mRNA of angiogenin (a) and protein of ANGIOGENIN (b) were assessed by RT-qPCR and ELISA, respectively. a Bars represent mRNA levels as mean + standard deviation, relative to the normoxic control (dashed line). Two independent experiments were performed with three donors. Kruskal Wallis test p < 0.05. post hoc Mann-Whitney * p < 0.05 b Bars show mean + standard deviation of ANGIOGENIN relative to the normoxic control (dashed line). Two independent experiments were performed with three donors. Kruskal Wallis test p < 0.05. post hoc Mann-Whitney * p < 0.05

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