Research Paper Volume 13, Issue 7 pp 9348—9372

miR-30c-1 encourages human corneal endothelial cells to regenerate through ameliorating senescence

Oxidative stress level and mitochondrial membrane potential changed by miR-30c-1. (A) Representative images of dichlorofluorescin diacetate staining in control and miR-30c-1-treated cells. (B) DCF fluorescence intensity in control and miR-30c-1-treated cells. (C–D) Fluorescence intensity of MitoSOX probe was measured by Muse cell analyzer. (E–F) Mitochondrial membrane potential was measured using Muse® MitoPotential kit.

Figure 3. Oxidative stress level and mitochondrial membrane potential changed by miR-30c-1. (A) Representative images of dichlorofluorescin diacetate staining in control and miR-30c-1-treated cells. (B) DCF fluorescence intensity in control and miR-30c-1-treated cells. (C–D) Fluorescence intensity of MitoSOX probe was measured by Muse cell analyzer. (E–F) Mitochondrial membrane potential was measured using Muse® MitoPotential kit.