Research Paper Volume 11, Issue 13 pp 4706—4719

Tea polyphenol protects against cisplatin-induced meiotic defects in porcine oocytes

Figure 4. Effects of TP on the actin polymerization in DDP-exposed porcine oocytes. (A) Representative images of actin filaments in control, DDP-exposed and TP-supplemented oocytes. Scale bar, 30 μm. (B) Right graphs show fluorescence intensity profiling of phalloidin in oocytes. Lines were drawn through the oocytes, and pixel intensities were quantified along the lines. (C) The fluorescence intensity of actin signals was measured in control, DDP-exposed and TP-supplemented oocytes. Data were presented as mean percentage (mean ± SEM) of at least three independent experiments. **P < 0.01.