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Figure 2: Antioxidant activity of HDFP (◻) and HDBP (◾). (a) Inhibition of TBARS formation. (b) DNA protection ability -1 μg of native calf thymus DNA in (Lane 1); DNA treated with Fenton's reagent (Lane 2); DNA pretreated with 2 ìg of HDFP (Lane 3); 4 μg of HDFP (Lane 4); 2 μg of HDBP (Lane 5); 4 μg of HDBP (Lane 6). (c) Dose-dependent DPPH scavenging activity. The IC50 value was calculated from this graph [Table 1]. (d) Dose-dependent reducing power activity. (e) Inhibition of red blood cell lysis. Values represent mean ± standard deviation (n = 3)

Figure 2: Antioxidant activity of HDFP (◻) and HDBP (◾). (a) Inhibition of TBARS formation. (b) DNA protection ability -1 μg of native calf thymus DNA in (Lane 1); DNA treated with Fenton's reagent (Lane 2); DNA pretreated with 2 ìg of HDFP (Lane 3); 4 μg of HDFP (Lane 4); 2 μg of HDBP (Lane 5); 4 μg of HDBP (Lane 6). (c) Dose-dependent DPPH scavenging activity. The IC50 value was calculated from this graph [Table 1]. (d) Dose-dependent reducing power activity. (e) Inhibition of red blood cell lysis. Values represent mean ± standard deviation (n = 3)