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An Evaluation of Anti-Clastogenic Activities for Garlic (Allium Sativum), Turmeric (Curcuma Longa) and Tulsi (Ocimum Tenuiflorum) with Clastogen (Mitomycin) in Human Lymphocytes – A Case Study
Journal of Clinical Review & Case Reports
Chromosomal aberrations based human syndrome are very critical and sometimes leads to lethality. Such syndrome or disorders are often irreversible. In this present study, we evaluated the preventing effect of herbal extracts from Ocimum (tulsi), Curcuma (turmeric) and Allium (garlic) in developing chromosomal aberrations in whole blood human lymphocytes. The results showed that the clastogenic effect was minimised by the combination of all three herbal extracts compared to the individualdoi:10.33140/jcrc.05.01.12 fatcat:rf4h45dohvb6vgl33xqiw65vpm