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Fig. 3 | Retrovirology

Fig. 3

From: NK cells control HIV‐1 infection of macrophages through soluble factors and cellular contacts in the human decidua

Fig. 3

Inhibition of dM infection in cocultures or in double chamber cocultures. dMs were infected with HIV-1BaL at an MOI of 10−3. Cocultures were performed in the same well (coculture) or separately in a double chamber system (double chamber coculture), after dM infection, at a ratio 1 dM:5 dNK. For each donor, both conditions were performed. Viral production was followed by the quantification of the p24 Ag in the supernatants. The percentage of inhibition of the p24 Ag production was calculated at day 20 post-infection. Each symbol represents one donor. The medians of 13 donors are depicted on the graph. The sign-rank test for paired data was used. §§§ p = 0.0002 between cocultures and double chamber cocultures.**p = 0.002 between dMs alone and in cocultures with dNK cells

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