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From: Evaluation of antiviral activity of Ocimum sanctum and Acacia arabica leaves extracts against H9N2 virus using embryonated chicken egg model

Fig. 2

Measurement of antiviral activity of O. sanctum and A. arabica leave extracts against H9N2 virus using HA assay. a Dose-dependent virucidal activity; b Time-dependent therapeutic activity; c Dose-dependent prophylactic activity. The virus control group included 500 EID50/0.1 ml of H9N2 virus incubated with 0.1 ml PBS for 2 h at 37 °C. The HA titer were expressed as log HA titer

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