Fibroblasts derived from long-lived insulin receptor substrate 1 null mice are not resistant to multiple forms of stress
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Volume 13, Issue 5, pages 962–964, October 2014
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Page, M. M., Sinclair, A., Robb, E. L., Stuart, J. A., Withers, D. J. and Selman, C. (2014), Fibroblasts derived from long-lived insulin receptor substrate 1 null mice are not resistant to multiple forms of stress. Aging Cell, 13: 962–964. doi: 10.1111/acel.12255
- Issue online: 19 SEP 2014
- Version of Record online: 24 JUL 2014
- Manuscript Accepted: 24 JUN 2014
- BBSRC New Investigator. Grant Number: BB/H012850/2
- Wellcome Trust Strategic Award. Grant Number: 098565/Z/12/Z
Table S1 LD50 values of dermal fibroblasts isolated from WT and Irs1−/− mice exposed to lethal oxidative and non-oxidative stressors; cultured at 3% and 21% O2.
Table S2 LD50 values of myoblasts isolated from WT and Irs1−/− mice exposed to lethal oxidative stressors; cultured at 3% O2.
Table S3 Primers used in the present study.
Fig. S1 Fibroblasts from Irs1−/− mice are not more resistant to lethal stress than fibroblasts from WT mice at 3% O2.
Fig. S2 Fibroblasts from Irs1−/− mice do not differ in terms of (A) proliferation rates, (B) cell cycle progression or (C) growth rates after 24 h or 48 h of culture (21% O2) compared with cells derived from WT mice (n = 4 per group).
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