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  Indian J Med Microbiol
 

Figure 2: The effect of the Bergenia extracts at the final concentration of 1.56–6.25 mg/ml Bergenia crassifolia (a), Bergenia x ornata (b) and Bergenia ciliata (c) on the activation of lymphocytes corresponding to the expression of CD69. Because of the elimination of the donors variability, the resulting values are expressed using the stimulus indices (%). As a positive control phytohemagglutinin (PHA) was used. Values are the average of three experiments ± standard deviation. Lymphocytes were identified on the basis of the direct scattering (FS) and side scattering. Activated cells (lymphocytes) have been identified in the circulate gate (d)

Figure 2: The effect of the <i>Bergenia</i> extracts at the final concentration of 1.56–6.25 mg/ml <i>Bergenia crassifolia</i> (a), Bergenia x ornata (b) and Bergenia ciliata (c) on the activation of lymphocytes corresponding to the expression of CD69. Because of the elimination of the donors variability, the resulting values are expressed using the stimulus indices (%). As a positive control phytohemagglutinin (PHA) was used. Values are the average of three experiments ± standard deviation. Lymphocytes were identified on the basis of the direct scattering (FS) and side scattering. Activated cells (lymphocytes) have been identified in the circulate gate (d)