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Figure 8: Hoechst staining of Dalton's lymphoma (DL) cells. In all, 1.0 × 105 DL cells were treated with chelerythrine IC50 10μg/mL under different experimental conditions as described in Figure 1 and stained with nuclear fluorescent stain Hoechst 33258, as described in the "Materials and Methods". Stained DL cells were examined under fluorescent microscope. (a) Denotes 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. Results are representative of three independent experiments

Figure 8: Hoechst staining of Dalton's lymphoma (DL) cells. In all, 1.0 × 10<sup>5</sup> DL cells were treated with chelerythrine IC<sub>50</sub> 10μg/mL under different experimental conditions as described in Figure 1 and stained with nuclear fluorescent stain Hoechst 33258, as described in the 2O2, (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. Results are representative of three independent experiments">