For bioluminescence imaging analysis, luminol sodium salt (~200 mg/kg; Sigma-Aldrich, USA) was injected to the mice via an intraperitoneal injection. Then, the mice were placed on a warmed stage inside a light-tight camera box and anesthetized with compressed air containing 2.5% isoflurane with a Classic T3 isoflurane vaporizer (Smith Medical, Dublin, OH). Bioluminescence images were acquired with an IVIS Lumina II imaging system (Caliper Life Sciences, USA) for 3 min of the exposure time, with F/stop = 1 and binning = 4.

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