Journal of Parasitology Research / 2019 / Article / Tab 3

Research Article

Antimalarial Efficacy and Toxicological Assessment of Extracts of Some Ghanaian Medicinal Plants

Table 3

In vitro antiplasmodial activity of plant extracts.

ExtractIC50 (μg mL)
FCBW2CAM06

Paspalum scrobiculatum24.02 ± 0.686.61 ± 0.6916.31 ± 16.31
Bidens pilosa 23.48 ± 5.214.60 ± 0.9121.43 ± 5.99
Acridocarpus alternifolius74.10 ± 1.8636.47 ± 28.7665.10 ± 7.23
Clappertonia ficifolia4.43 ± 0.187.94 ± 1.366.56 ± 3.09
Mitragyna ciliata22.63 ± 3.8118.64 ±1.6648.64 ± 2.27
Parinari congensis12.50 ± 2.1851.52 ± 2.1745.09 ± 6.12
Monanthotaxis caffra5.86 ± 2.7618.94 ± 1.5318.54 ± 0.89
Datura stramonium13.29 ± 4.68116.86 ± 1.2046.09 ± 4.90
Faurea speciosa14.83 ± 1.899.31 ± 1.026.95 ± 2.05
Syzygium guineense14.94 ± 1.894.62 ± 1.145.54 ± 1.05
Croton penduliflorus Hutch5.37 ± 0.1814.03 ± 17.0414.66 ± 2.02
Quinine0.09 ± 0.0050.12 ± 0.030.10 ± 0.05

Concentration of extract that kills 50% of Plasmodium falciparum.
According to [16], high (μg/mL), promising (μg/mL), moderate (μg/mL), and inactive (μg/mL).

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