"Data on Cytoprotective and Anti-inflammatory activities of seagrass Halophila beccarii"

Published: 23-01-2020| Version 1 | DOI: 10.17632/tb38t5f2gr.1
umamaheswari Devi palempalli


The seagrass collected from marine sediments was extracted with aqueous and organic solvents, bioactive metabolites were identified and the anti-inflammatory activity of seagrass extract was analyzed using LPS-stimulated RAW 264.7 as in vitro model. Seagrass extract was found to be non-toxic and showed potential activity against pro-inflammatory markers such as COX-2 and NO2