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Figure 3: Effect of aqueous extract of Panchavalkala on growth kinetics of cervical cancer cells. SiHa (a) and HeLa (b) cells were treated with aqueous extract of Panchavalkala (0–80 μg/ml) for 24–72 h and the number of viable cells were counted using the trypan blue dye exclusion method. Data represent mean ± standard deviation of three independent experiments. (c) The cervical cancer cell lines (SiHa and HeLa) (5 × 103) along with aqueous extract of Panchavalkala (0–80 μg/ml) were grown in soft agar for 2 weeks. Colonies were counted from at least ten different areas and the average of each has been plotted. The data represent mean ± standard deviation of three independent experiments

Figure 3: Effect of aqueous extract of Panchavalkala on growth kinetics of cervical cancer cells. SiHa (a) and HeLa (b) cells were treated with aqueous extract of Panchavalkala (0–80 μg/ml) for 24–72 h and the number of viable cells were counted using the trypan blue dye exclusion method. Data represent mean ± standard deviation of three independent experiments. (c) The cervical cancer cell lines (SiHa and HeLa) (5 × 10<sup>3</sup>) along with aqueous extract of Panchavalkala (0–80 μg/ml) were grown in soft agar for 2 weeks. Colonies were counted from at least ten different areas and the average of each has been plotted. The data represent mean ± standard deviation of three independent experiments