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Figure 6: Effect of chelerythrine on the Dalton's lymphoma (DL) cell morphology and apoptosis. In all, 1.0 × 105DL cells were treated with chelerythrine IC50 10 μg/mL under different conditions. (a) Shows medium only. (b) Positive control with H2O2, . (c) Chelerythrine treatment before heat shock. (d) Chelerythrine treatment after heat shock. (e). 6-h chelerythrine treatment without heat shock (f) 12-h chelerythrine treatment without heat shock double stained with Giemsa and eosin, (g) Denotes the percent apoptotic DL cells, and (h) Denotes the percent of DL cells undergoing necrosis.. The DL cells were then examined under light microscope. Data are significant at P>0.05 and are presented as mean number of cells ± SEM of at least three independent experiments in triplicate

Figure 6: Effect of chelerythrine on the Dalton's lymphoma (DL) cell morphology and apoptosis. In all, 1.0 × 10<sup>5</sup>DL cells were treated with chelerythrine IC<sub>50</sub> 10 μg/mL under different conditions. (a) Shows medium only. (b) Positive control with H<sub>2</sub>O<sub>2</sub>, . (c) Chelerythrine treatment before heat shock. (d) Chelerythrine treatment after heat shock. (e). 6-h chelerythrine treatment without heat shock (f) 12-h chelerythrine treatment without heat shock double stained with Giemsa and eosin, (g) Denotes the percent apoptotic DL cells, and (h) Denotes the percent of DL cells undergoing necrosis.. The DL cells were then examined under light microscope. Data are significant at <i>P</i>>0.05 and are presented as mean number of cells ± SEM of at least three independent experiments in triplicate