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  Indian J Med Microbiol
 

Figure 4: Inhibitory effects of A. sessilis plant aerial (A), leaf (B) and stem (C) parts on the of HT-29 cells. The various concentrations (100 μg/mL, 150 μg/κg and 200 μg/mL) treated on HT 29 cell line was observed for migration rate by scratch assay. The HT 29 cells were scratched with p200 pipette tips and 0 h was the initial view of scratch, prior to any treatment. After 24 h, the distances of cell migration were photographed and measured. Experiment was performed in three individual wells of 6 wells plate and was compared with the control, n=3.

Figure 4: Inhibitory effects of <i>A. sessilis</i> plant aerial (A), leaf (B) and stem (C) parts on the of HT-29 cells.
The various concentrations (100 μg/mL, 150 μg/κg and 200 μg/mL) treated on HT 29 cell line was observed for migration rate by scratch assay. The HT 29 cells were scratched with p200 pipette tips and 0 h was the initial view of scratch, prior to any treatment. After 24 h, the distances of cell migration were photographed and measured. Experiment was performed in three individual wells of 6 wells plate and was compared with the control, n=3.