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Fig. 4 | Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences

Fig. 4

From: A Spirulina maxima-derived peptide inhibits HIV-1 infection in a human T cell line MT4

Fig. 4

SM-peptide inhibits HIV-1IIIB-induced p24 antigen production. MT4 cells were infected with HIV-1IIIB of 50 TCID50 in the presence or absence of 0–1 mg/ml SM-peptide. The amount of p24 production was determined by p24 antigen capture ELISA. The data shown in the figure represents an average of at least three independent experiments. The IC50 values were determined by analyzing the data with GraphPad Prism 7.0. The X-axis in the graph is presented as log10 values. Cellular p24 proteins were also analyzed by western blot analysis. MT4 cells were infected with HIV-1IIIB of 50 TCID50 in the presence or absence of 1 mg/ml SM-peptide

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