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  Indian J Med Microbiol
 

Figure 3: Turmeric, pagoda tree seed pod (quercetin), and rosemary blend protects HepG2 cells from phospholipid damage due to oxidative stress as shown by a decrease in the cellular concentration of 8-isoprostane. HepG2 cells were treated with turmeric, pagoda tree seed pod (quercetin), and rosemary (12.5 μg/mL) and the individual extracts of turmeric (1.4 μg/mL), quercetin (4.2 μg/mL), and rosemary (6.9 μg/mL) for 4 h and then further treated with H2O2for 24 h. 8-isoprostane was measured using ELISA. **P ≤ 0.01 when compared with untreated (0ug/mL) by ANOVA using Graphpad prism 6.00. −Ctrl: Untreated HepG2 cells. +Ctrl: HepG2 cells treated with H2O2,but not pretreated with turmeric, pagoda tree seed pod (quercetin), and rosemary

Figure 3: Turmeric, pagoda tree seed pod (quercetin), and rosemary blend protects HepG2 cells from phospholipid damage due to oxidative stress as shown by a decrease in the cellular concentration of 8-isoprostane. HepG2 cells were treated with turmeric, pagoda tree seed pod (quercetin), and rosemary (12.5 μg/mL) and the individual extracts of turmeric (1.4 μg/mL), quercetin (4.2 μg/mL), and rosemary (6.9 μg/mL) for 4 h and then further treated with H<sub>2</sub>O<sub>2</sub>for 24 h. 8-isoprostane was measured using ELISA. **<i>P</i> ≤ 0.01 when compared with untreated (0ug/mL) by ANOVA using Graphpad prism 6.00. −Ctrl: Untreated HepG2 cells. +Ctrl: HepG2 cells treated with H<sub>2</sub>O<sub>2,</sub>but not pretreated with turmeric, pagoda tree seed pod (quercetin), and rosemary