International Journal of Cell Biology / 2009 / Article / Tab 2

Research Article

Alteration of Sarcoplasmic Reticulum Release in Skeletal Muscle from Calpain 3-Deficient Mice

Table 2

Western blot quantification: cleavage of the ryanodine receptor in wild type and calpain 3-deficient skeletal muscles. The gel presented in Figure 1(c) was analysed in terms of band intensities (numbers are given in arbitrary units). The lower band is 58% of the higher band (fixed to 100%) in lane 2, and 51% in lane 3. The amount of the second band is related to small degradation condition (time and temperature), but is always identical in the two situations wild type and calpain 3-deficient skeletal muscles. The blot and the corresponding quantification are representative of at least 3 independent experiments showing no difference between the two types of mice.

Sample1 = human skeletal muscle2 = capn3 −/− mouse skeletal muscle3 = wild type mouse skeletal muscle

Band 1909826947252878
Band 2927733204138331
Band 349076

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