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Fig. 4 | Journal of Biological Research-Thessaloniki

Fig. 4

From: MiR-10b decreases sensitivity of glioblastoma cells to radiation by targeting AKT

Fig. 4

MiR-10b increases the migration and invasion of glioblastoma cells. The invasion of A172 cells (ac) and LN229 cells (fh) transfected with the MiR-10b mimic or random sequence MiRNA mimic molecule after 5 Gy of radiation. The graph indicates the migration of A172 cells (d) and LN229 cells (i) transfected with the MiR-10b mimic or random sequence MiRNA mimic molecule after 5 Gy of radiation. The migration of negative control cells without radiation treatment was used as a quality control. The graph indicates the invasion of A172 cells (e) and LN229 cells (j) transfected with the MiR-10b mimic or random sequence MiRNA mimic molecule after 5 Gy of radiation. The invasion of negative control cells without radiation treatment was used as a quality control

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