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Fig. 2 | Lipids in Health and Disease

Fig. 2

From: TWIST2 and the PPAR signaling pathway are important in the progression of nonalcoholic steatohepatitis

Fig. 2

The LO-2 steatosis model shows increased lipid uptake and decreased TWIST2 expression. a Oil red O staining in the control and oleic acid (50 μg/mL) groups. b OD values for oil red O staining in the control and oleic acid groups. c TWIST1, TWIST2 and PPARγ expression in the control and oleic acid treatment groups in cultured LO-2 cells. β-Actin was used as a loading control. The arrow shows that the upper band is the true Twist1. d/e/f: Semiquantitative assays of TWIST1 (d), TWIST2 (e), and PPARγ (f)

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