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Figure 5

From: Molecular characterization of cyclophilin A-like protein from Piriformospora indica for its potential role to abiotic stress tolerance in E. coli

Figure 5

The growth curves of empty pET28a and CyPA-pET28a vector transformed E. coli under different abiotic stresses. The growth curves of CyPA-pET28a transformed E. coli (BL21 codon plus) and empty pET28a vector transformed E. coli showed a gradual drop as a function of different time (h) intervals under different abiotic stresses such as salt (NaCl, 400 mM) (A), cold (B), heat (C), cadmium chloride (CdCl2, 0.1 mM) (D), cobalt chloride (CoCl2, 1 mM) (E) and hydrogen peroxide (H2O2, 0.4 mM) (F) as compared to no stressed (control). Data represent the means SDs of three independent experiments (n = 3). (CyPA-pET28a, No stress; CyPA-pET28a plus stress; Empty pET28a plus stress).

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