The antihemolytic properties of increasing concentrations (20, 50, 100 and 200 μg/mL) of ethanolic bee pollen extracts were evaluated on oxidized human erythrocytes as described by Frassinetti et al. [16]. The erythrocytes hemolysis was induced by thermal decomposition of AAPH in peroxyl radicals and was spectrophotometrically recorded at 540 nm. Values were expressed as a percentage of hemolysis with respect to control corresponding to AAPH-treated erythrocytes.

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