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Fig. 1 | BMC Cancer

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From: Molecular mechanism of anti-cancer activity of phycocyanin in triple-negative breast cancer cells

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Growth inhibitory effects of Phycocyanin on breast cancer cells. a The anti-proliferative effects of phycocyanin on a panel of breast cancer cells and MCF10A cells were analyzed by neutral red staining assay. Data are expressed as mean ± SD; (n = 3). b Representative micrographs from random fields of view (magnification 20X) of indicated cells treated with and without phycocyanin. c Phycocyanin at different concentrations inhibits clonogenecity of MDA MB 231 cells as determined by clonogenic cell survival assay. Quantitative representation of reduction in number of colonies with representative images. ***P < 0.0001 compared with untreated controls

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