LC50


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LC50

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Among the extracts obtained after partitioning EE, EAE was chosen to be fractionated further and subjected to anti-mutagenic testing since it has an appreciable LC50 value of 86.
Statistical differences between LC50 values were determined using the presence or absence of overlap in the 95% fiducial limits.
The 24 h LC25, LC50, and LC75 were calculated by Probit analysis using IBM SPSS version 20.
Although, berberine is phototoxic [12] but Berberis aristata extract found safe with LD50greater than 5000 mg/kg body weight in mice [13] which is in accordance to this research in which it showed higher LC50.
Hexane [greater than or equal to] 200 Chloroform [greater than or equal to] 200 Ethyl Acetate [greater than or equal to] 200 * Generated using the BSLT, ([dagger]) LC50 values greater than 200 [micro]g/ml are not considered cytotoxic.
2] ions were chosen based on previous studies, which indicated that the 96-hour LC50 of copper was 0.
Acute toxicity (96-hr LC50 and lethal concentrations) of water-borne metal mixtures viz.
silvestrii samples was expressed in 48 hours LC50 values, according to the Trimmed-Spearman Karber statistical method (Hamilton et al.
The doses represented the LC50 (dose that inhibited 50% of roots from growth), 1/2 LC50, 1/4 LC50, 1/8 LC50 and 1/16 LC50 for thiocyclam that were determined in a preliminary dose selection experiment.