Figure 5. Hydroxyl radical-scavenging activity of BPHs at different concentrations (a) and gel electrophoresis pattern of the plasmid pCRII™TOPO incubated with Fenton's reagent in the presence and absence of BCPHs (b). Lane 1: untreated control: native pCRII™TOPO DNA (0.5 μg); lane 2: DNA sample incubated with Fenton's reagent; lanes 3, 4, and 5: Fenton's reagent+DNA+2 mg BPHs, BPH-Z, BPH-A21 and BPH-S, respectively

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