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Figure 1: Outer membrane permeabilization of Pseudomonas aeruginosa induced by epicatechin 3-gallate and caffeic acid. Growth inhibition assay in association with antibiotics erythromycin.(a) and rifampin.(b). Antibiotic.(◼), half minimum inhibitory concentration of epicatechin 3-gallate.(7.8.μg/mL) + antibiotic.(♦), half minimum inhibitory concentration of caffeic acid.(15.6.μg/mL) + antibiotic.(▴). Each point represents the mean values of three experiments.(n.=.3). No statistically significant difference was found between data points.(P.<.0.05)

Figure 1: Outer membrane permeabilization of Pseudomonas aeruginosa induced by epicatechin 3-gallate and caffeic acid. Growth inhibition assay in association with antibiotics erythromycin.(a) and rifampin.(b). Antibiotic.(◼), half minimum inhibitory concentration of epicatechin 3-gallate.(7.8.μg/mL) + antibiotic.(♦), half minimum inhibitory concentration of caffeic acid.(15.6.μg/mL) + antibiotic.(▴). Each point represents the mean values of three experiments.(n.=.3). No statistically significant difference was found between data points.(P.<.0.05)