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Figure 1: In vitro protection by curcumin (Cur) at different concentration (5, 10 and 50 ìg) against radiation-induced genetic damage induced by 131I (I) in cultured whole blood lymphocyte. The data represent average ± standard deviation of three human volunteers. P<0.001: Sample at control compared with similarly irradiated lymphocytes from the blood sample treated with I. P<0.05: I sample compared to I-Cur-5+I, Cur-10+I and Cur-50+I samples. P>0.05: Cur-50 sample compared control sample. P>0.05: Between groups of I-Cur-5+I, Cur-10+I and Cur-50+I samples

Figure 1: <i>In vitro</i> protection by curcumin (Cur) at different concentration (5, 10 and 50 ìg) against radiation-induced genetic damage induced by 131I (I) in cultured whole blood lymphocyte. The data represent average ± standard deviation of three human volunteers. <i>P</i><0.001: Sample at control compared with similarly irradiated lymphocytes from the blood sample treated with I. <i>P</i><0.05: I sample compared to I-Cur-5+I, Cur-10+I and Cur-50+I samples. <i>P</i>>0.05: Cur-50 sample compared control sample. <i>P</i>>0.05: Between groups of I-Cur-5+I, Cur-10+I and Cur-50+I samples