Journal of Tropical Medicine / 2016 / Article / Tab 1

Research Article

Antimalarial Potential of Carica papaya and Vernonia amygdalina in Mice Infected with Plasmodium berghei

Table 1

The red blood cell and white blood cell count of mice infected with P. berghei and treated with aqueous leaf extracts of V. amygdalina, C. papaya, and halofantrine.

ParametersGroupsPreinfectionDay 0Day 3Day 6Day 9

RBC (×1012/l)GRP I
GRP II
GRP III
GRP IV
GRP V
GRP VI

PCV (%)GRP I
GRP II
GRP III
GRP IV
GRP V
GRP VI

WBC (×109/l)GRP I
GRP II
GRP III
GRP IV
GRP V
GRP VI

Values are expressed as mean ± SEM of five replicate determinations. Values with different superscript along the rows are significantly different at .