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International Journal of Phytomedicine and Phytotherapy

Table 2 Anti-hemolytic activity of methanol leaf extracts of selected mangrove plant species

From: Evaluation of antioxidant, anti-hemolytic, cytotoxic effects and anti-bacterial activity of selected mangrove plants (Bruguiera gymnorrhiza and Heritiera littoralis) in Bangladesh

Tested materialsPositive control (A)Negative control (B)Optical density at 540 nm at concentration (μg/mL)IC50
(μg/mL)
1252505001000
B. gymnorriza1.45 ± 0.0050.11 ± 0.0010.72 ± 0.010.82 ± 0.010.94 ± 0.011.18 ± 0.01311.29 ± 5.48**
H. littoralis1.45 ± 0.0050.11 ± 0.0010.61 ± 0.010.72 ± 0.020.88 ± 0.021.02 ± 0.01526.90 ± 25.85**
L-ascorbic acid1.45 ± 0.0050.11 ± 0.0010.71 ± 0.020.76 ± 0.011.08 ± 0.011.41 ± 0.01282.14 ± 6.96**
  1. All values represent mean ± SEM (n = 4), Statistical significance (p < 0.005) is the same for values in the same column (**). A; phosphate buffer saline treatment results in 0% hemolysis, B; hydrogen peroxide replaced extract to serve as a negative control, treatment results with 100% hemolysis