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Figure 1: Cell viability assay by using quantitative MTT exclusion. Cells incubated with different concentrations (0.1–200 μ M) of dihydroartemisinin for 48 h and proliferation was assessed by MTT. Dihydroartemisinin reduced cell proliferation in EJ-138 and HTB-9 (a) cells in a dose-dependent manner. Dihydroartemisinin suppressed cell growths were significantly blocked by N-acetylcysteine in the EJ-138 (b) and HTB-9 (c) cell lines

Figure 1: Cell viability assay by using quantitative MTT exclusion. Cells incubated with different concentrations (0.1–200 <b>μ</b> M) of dihydroartemisinin for 48 h and proliferation was assessed by MTT. Dihydroartemisinin reduced cell proliferation in EJ-138 and HTB-9 (a) cells in a dose-dependent manner. Dihydroartemisinin suppressed cell growths were significantly blocked by N-acetylcysteine in the EJ-138 (b) and HTB-9 (c) cell lines