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Fig. 4 | Particle and Fibre Toxicology

Fig. 4

From: In vitro toxicoproteomic analysis of A549 human lung epithelial cells exposed to urban air particulate matter and its water-soluble and insoluble fractions

Fig. 4

Protein profiles in the network of cell death and cell proliferation pathway in A549 cells following EHC-93 total (a) and its insoluble (b) and soluble (c) fractions treatments at 60 μg/cm2. Red indicates increased expression, green stands for decreased expression, grey implies non-significant change and white indicates the protein was not examined in this study. The color scale, representing fold-change, was set at a maximum and minimum of 8 (deepest red) and −6 (darkest green)

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