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Figure 2: Amount of potassium ions (K+) released from Pseudomonas aeruginosa after being treated with epicatechin 3-gallate and caffeic acid. (◼) Cefepime (31.2 μg/mL), (♦) 2 × minimum inhibitory concentration of epicatechin 3-gallate (31.2 μg/mL), (▴) 2 × minimum inhibitory concentration of caffeic acid (62.6 μg/mL) and (•) untreated cells. Cefepime works as a positive control. Each point represents the mean values of three experiments (n = 3). No statistically significant difference was found between data points (P < 0.05)

Figure 2: Amount of potassium ions (K+) released from Pseudomonas aeruginosa after being treated with epicatechin 3-gallate and caffeic acid. (◼) Cefepime (31.2 μg/mL), (♦) 2 × minimum inhibitory concentration of epicatechin 3-gallate (31.2 μg/mL), (▴) 2 × minimum inhibitory concentration of caffeic acid (62.6 μg/mL) and (•) untreated cells. Cefepime works as a positive control. Each point represents the mean values of three experiments (n = 3). No statistically significant difference was found between data points (<i>P</i> < 0.05)