International Journal of Cell Biology / 2015 / Article / Fig 1

Research Article

Modulation Effects of Curcumin on Erythrocyte Ion-Transporter Activity

Figure 1

In vitro dose-dependent effect of curcumin (10−5 M to 10−8 M) on Wistar rats erythrocytes NHE activity. (a) Healthy erythrocytes. (b) Stressed (t-BHP, 10−5 M) erythrocytes. (c) In vivo effect of curcumin (340 mg/kg b.w. and 170 mg/kg b.w. oral) on healthy and oxidatively stressed (HgCl2, 5 mg/kg b.w.) Wistar rats erythrocytes NHE activity. NHE activity is expressed as proton efflux μmol/L PRBC/h at 37°C. Values are mean ± SD.
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