MOESM1 of Enrichment of superoxide dismutase 2 in glioblastoma confers to acquisition of temozolomide resistance that is associated with tumor-initiating cell subsets

  • Chia Hung Chien (Contributor)
  • Jian-Ying Chuang (Contributor)
  • Shung-Tai Yang (Contributor)
  • Wen-Bin Yang (Contributor)
  • Pin Yuan Chen (Contributor)
  • Tsung-I Hsu (Contributor)
  • Chih Yuan Huang (Contributor)
  • Wei-Lun Lo (Contributor)
  • Ka-Yen Yang (Contributor)
  • Ming Sheng Liu (Contributor)
  • Jui Mei Chu (Contributor)
  • Pei Hsuan Chung (Contributor)
  • Jr Jiun Liu (Contributor)
  • Shao Wen Chou (Contributor)
  • Shang Hung Chen (Contributor)
  • Kwang Yu Chang (Contributor)

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Additional file 1: Figure S1. The comparison between the parental and resistant cells. (A) The western blotting results of the parental cells and single clones of the resistant cells of U87MG (left) and A172 (right) were shown. (B) SOD2 levels were detected by Western Blot assay in the parental and resistant cells of U87MG (left) and A172 (right) with or without infection of SOD2 shRNA. The long- and the short-exposure of SOD2 plots were shown. (C) Levels of ROS scavengers in U87MG (left) or A172 (right) were compared between the parental and their resistant cells (r#10 or r#6, respectively). The detection was through qPCR for triplicated experiment with standard error shown in the bar graph.
Date made availableJan 1 2019
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