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Fig. 5 | BMC Infectious Diseases

Fig. 5

From: IL-10+ NK and TGF-β+ NK cells play negative regulatory roles in HIV infection

Fig. 5

Effect of rIL-10 and rTGF-β on CD107a expression in NK cells

PBMCs were incubated with rIL-10 or rTGF-β and CD107a expression by NK cells evaluated. Representative flow-cytometry plots demonstrated the effect of rIL-10 or rTGF-β on CD107a expression in NK cells (a). CD107a expression by NK cells was inhibited by different concentrations of rIL-10 (b) or rTGF-β (c). Fold-change in CD107a expression by NK cells was synergistically inhibited by rIL-10 and rTGF-β (d). Fold-change of CD107a expression = (percentage CD107a expression in untreated controls − percentage of CD107a expression after treatment with rIL-10 and/or rTGF-β)/percentage of CD107a expression in untreated controls

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