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Fig. 2 | BMC Microbiology

Fig. 2

From: Identification of Lactobacillus proteins with different recognition patterns between immune rabbit sera and nonimmune mice or human sera

Fig. 2

Immunoblotting of proteins isolated from analyzed strains: M – low molecular mass marker: 94, 67, 43, 30, 20.1, 14.4 kDa, line 1 – L. johnsonii 142, line 2 – L. johnsonii 151, line 3 – L. rhamnosus LOCK 0900, line 4 – L. casei LOCK 0919, with sera: s1– rabbit polyclonal serum against L. paracasei LOCK 0912, s2 – rabbit polyclonal serum against L. animalis murinus 148, s3 – rabbit polyclonal serum against L. johnsonii 142, s4 – rabbit polyclonal serum against L. johnsonii 151, s5 – serum from germ free mouse, s6 – serum from mouse living under pathogen free conditions, s7 – serum from mouse living under conventional conditions, s8-s10 sera from human healthy adults, s11-s13 human umbilical cord blood sera. These images were cut from the same gel, merged and the appropriate scaling was used

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