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Research Article

Hydroethanolic Extracts of Erigeron floribundus and Azadirachta indica Reduced Plasmodium berghei Parasitemia in Balb/c Mice

Table 2

Effects of hydroethanolic extracts of A. indica on parasitemia.

TreatmentSexDose (mg/kg)Mean parasitemia () ± SDParasite reduction ()

HEAIM7526.95 ± 1.80 50.79±3.3
15023.97 ± 0.74 55.91±1.3
30016.70 ± 0.74 69.28±1.3
F7526.95 ± 1.95 49.75± 3.6
15024.04 ± 0.71 55.17± 1.3
30017.16 ± 0.59 68.00± 1.1
QuinineM100.23 ± 0.16 99.58±0.2
F100.25 ± 0.16 99.53± 0.3
Distilled waterM200 µL54.36 ± 3.430.00
F200 µL53.63 ± 2.560.00

P < 0.001, statistically significant difference in comparison with control group (distilled water) using Student t-test; n=6. HEAI: hydroethanolic extracts of A. indica. M: Male; F: female.
a, b, and c represent comparison between groups. ANOVA followed by Tukey HSD test.

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