BioMed Research International / 2017 / Article / Fig 5

Research Article

Royal Jelly Inhibits Pseudomonas aeruginosa Adherence and Reduces Excessive Inflammatory Responses in Human Epithelial Cells

Figure 5

Inhibitory effect of royal jelly on CCL20 overproduction in human pharyngeal, Detroit 562 (a, b) and lung and NCI-H292 (c, d), epithelial cells stimulated with P. aeruginosa PAO1 (a, c) and TUH-54 (b, d) for 4 h. Data represent the means ± SDs of 4 independent experiments. Asterisks indicate significant differences () between the indicated groups.

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