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Table 2 Gravity column chromatographic sub-fractions (SF) of A. loheri CF1 run in silica gel-60 and various gradients of increasing amount of ethyl acetate

From: A phenolic ester from Aglaia loheri leaves reveals cytotoxicity towards sensitive and multidrug-resistant cancer cells

  Gradient  
Sub-fractions (SF) (Percent ratio of eluent: hexane to ethyl acetate) IC50
   (μg/mL)
1 85:15 NLI
2 83:17 42.06 ± 0.67
3 81:19 35.17 ± 4.63
4 78:22 31.61 ± 6.52
5 75:25 40.55 ± 7.24
6 71:29 NLI
7 67:33 NLI
8 63:37 NLI
9 59:41 3.96 ± 0.07
10 55:45 4.98 ± 0.50
11 50:50 11.92 ± 1.29
Doxorubicin   4.31 ± 0.06
  1. NLI: No Logarithmic Interpolation indicating absence of toxicity.
  2. Bold Texts: Most cytotoxic sub-fraction of CF1 (Table 1).