MOESM1 of Inhaled gold nanoparticles cause cerebral edema and upregulate endothelial aquaporin 1 expression, involving caveolin 1 dependent repression of extracellular regulated protein kinase activity

  • Ching Yi Chen (Contributor)
  • Po Lin Liao (Contributor)
  • Chi Hao Tsai (Contributor)
  • Yen Ju Chan (Contributor)
  • Yu-Wen Cheng (Contributor)
  • Ling-Ling Hwang (Contributor)
  • Kuan Hung Lin (Contributor)
  • Ting Ling Yen (Contributor)
  • Ching-Hao Li (Contributor)



Additional file 1: Table S1. Characteristics of gold particles. Table S2. Effects of Au-NPs and Au-MPs on bEnd.3 cell viability. Table S3. Primer sets for qPCR. Figure S1. Changes in mRNA level of AQP1 and Cav1 in Au-NP-treated bEnd.3 cells. Figure S2. Au-NPs did not induce AQP1 expression in cells with hypo-expression level of Cav1. Figure S3. Au-NP treatment rapidly changed the phosphorylating status of FAK, AKT and ERK in concentration-dependent manner. Figure S4. The ERKs functioned as the negative controller on Cav1 and AQP1 expression in bEnd.3 cells. Figure S5. Proposed signaling pathway responsible for Au-NP-mediated AQP1 expression in bEnd.3 endothelial cells.
可用日期10月 16 2019
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