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Figure 7: Dual staining by Acridine orange and Ethidium bromide shows the apoptotic activity of Curcuma longa silver nanoparticles (A) and (B). The Curcuma longa silver nanoparticles (A) and (B) induces the early apoptosis detected by Acridine orange after 24 h of CUR/AgNPs treatment indicated by yellow arrows in figure, whereas dead cells detected by Ethidium bromide staining after 48 h of treatment. The dual staining shows that yellowish cells are early apoptotic cells found at 24 h of treatment, while red fluorescence shown by blue arrows are dead cells found at 48 h of treatment in merge section

Figure 7: Dual staining by Acridine orange and Ethidium bromide shows the apoptotic activity of <i>Curcuma longa</i> silver nanoparticles (A) and (B). The <i>Curcuma longa</i> silver nanoparticles (A) and (B) induces the early apoptosis detected by Acridine orange after 24 h of CUR/AgNPs treatment indicated by yellow arrows in figure, whereas dead cells detected by Ethidium bromide staining after 48 h of treatment. The dual staining shows that yellowish cells are early apoptotic cells found at 24 h of treatment, while red fluorescence shown by blue arrows are dead cells found at 48 h of treatment in merge section