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Fig. 5

From: Antiviral activity of micafungin against enterovirus 71

Fig. 5

Anti-EV71 effect of micafungin is not related with IRES-dependent translation, polyprotein processing, and 2C and 3A. a 293 T cells were transfected with dual luciferase reporter DNA measuring EV71 IRES-dependent translation and then treated with indicated concentrations of micafungin. Twenty-four hours after compound treatment cells were assayed for firefly and renilla luciferases. Luciferase activities from DMSO-treated cells were set to 100 %. b 293 T cells were transfected with plasmid expressing flag-EV71(3CD) and then treated with 10 μM of micafungin. Nine hours after compound treatment total cell extracts were prepared and subjected to Western blot analysis with anti-flag antibody. Rupintrivir (10 μM) was included as a positive control. c Vero cells were transfected with in vitro transcribed CVB3-wt, CVB3-2C mt, or CVB3-3A mt replicon RNAs and simultaneously treated with indicated concentrations of micafungin. Eight hours after compound treatment cells were assayed for luciferase activity. Luciferase activities from DMSO-treated cells were set to 100 % for each replicons

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