Oxidative Medicine and Cellular Longevity / 2018 / Article / Fig 3

Research Article

Citrus aurantium Naringenin Prevents Osteosarcoma Progression and Recurrence in the Patients Who Underwent Osteosarcoma Surgery by Improving Antioxidant Capability

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Real-time analysis for the effects of bioactive components of Citrus aurantium on the growth of MG-63 cells. (a) The effects of naringin on the growth of MG-63 cells. (b) The effects of naringenin on the growth of MG-63 cells. (c) The effects of hesperetin on the growth of MG-63 cells. (d) Crude extracts of Citrus aurantium on the growth of MG-63 cells. (e) The effects of meals of NG group on the growth of MG-63 cells. (f) The effects of meals of NG group and 100 μg/mL naringenin on the growth of MG-63 cells. (g) The effects of meals of CG group on the growth of MG-63 cells. (h) The effects of meals of CG group and 100 μg/mL placebo on the growth of MG-63 cells. (i) The effects of meals of CG group and 100 μg/mL naringenin on the growth of MG-63 cells.
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