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Additional file 1: Figure S1. of The mechanism of (+) taxifolin’s protective antioxidant effect for •OH-treated bone marrow-derived mesenchymal stem cells

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posted on 27.12.2017 by Xican Li, Hong Xie, Qian Jiang, Gang Wei, Lishan Lin, Changying Li, Xingmei Ou, Lichan Yang, Yulu Xie, Zhen Fu, Yamei Liu, Dongfeng Chen
The CCK-8 assay for normal bmMSCs exposed to (+) taxifolin. Figure S2. Dose–response curves for (+) taxifolin •OH-scavenging assay based on DNA. Figure S3. Dose–response curves for (+) taxifolin in PTIO• radical-scavenging assay and its IC50 values at various pH values. Figure S4. Dose–response curves for (+) taxifolin in the ABTS+• radical-scavenging assay. Figure S5. Dose–response curves for (+) taxifolin in the Cu2+-reducing assay. Figure S6. Dose–response curves for (+) taxifolin in the FRAP assay. Figure S7. Dose–response curves for (+) taxifolin in the DPPH•-radical-scavenging assay. Figure S8. The UV-visible spectra for the 4’-O-methyltaxifolin–Fe2+ complex. Figure S9. The UV absorption bands of flavonoid. Figure S10. The UV-Vis spectra and solution colors for (+) taxifolin–Fe2+ and catechol–Fe2+. Figure S11. The UV-Vis spectra for (+) taxifolin–Fe2+ and dihydromyricetin–Fe2+. Table S1. The IC50 values listed in different units. (DOCX 789 kb)

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