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pmic7566-sup-0001-figureS1.doc4056KFigure S1. Proteomic profiles of SIV H3N2-infected and mock-infected A549 cells. Equal amounts (250 μg) of cytoplasmic lysates were separated on 24-cm pI 5–8 linear gradient IPG strips and 11% SDS-PAGE gels. (A and B) Representative 2-DE gel images of cytoplasmic proteins from H3N2 subtype SIV-infected and mock-infected cells. (C and D) Representative 2-DE gel images of nuclear proteins from SIV-infected and mock-infected cells. Differentially expressed protein spots are shown in gels with their unique SSP numbers. Successfully identified protein spots are indicated by arrows, and unsuccessfully identified protein spots are indicated by circles. (A) Up-regulated protein spots marked in the gel of cytoplasmic proteins from SIV-infected cells. (B) Down-regulated protein spots labeled in the gel of cytoplasmic proteins from mock-infected cells. (C) Up-regulated protein spots marked in the gel of nuclear proteins from SIV-infected cells. (D) Down-regulated protein spots labeled in the gel nuclear proteins of mock-infected cells.
pmic7566-sup-0002-tableS2.doc46KTable S1. Primers designed for quantitative Real-time PCR

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