Oxidative Medicine and Cellular Longevity / 2019 / Article / Fig 3

Research Article

Maternal Diet-Induced Obesity Compromises Oxidative Stress Status and Angiogenesis in the Porcine Placenta by Upregulating Nox2 Expression

Figure 3

Maternal high-energy feeding increased the oxidative stress level in the placenta. Placental ROS (a), MDA (b), protein carbonyl (c), 8-OHdG (d), GSH (e), and mitochondrial 4-HNE (f) levels. (g) The mRNA expression level of the endoplasmic stress markers. (h) Immunohistochemistry for placental ATF6 and GRP78 (×400 magnification, ). (i) Average optical density of ATF6 and GRP78. Values are (-11). Different letters indicate significant differences at .
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