Cytotoxicity Test of Rimpang Bangle Extract (Zingiber purpureum Roxb) on Monocyte Cells In Vitro

   Toxicity, Rimpang Bangle, Monocyte Cells
   Putu Sulistiawati Dewi, Hendri Poernomo
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 Article was published on Proceeding Book Balidence 2019, the 4th Bali Dental Science and Exhibition "Preparing Dentist to Approach Industrial Revolution 4.0, page: 850-854
Toxicity, Rimpang Bangle, Monocyte Cells
Abstract :
In a reduced state of mmunity, the commensal bacterial oral can turn into a pathogen that can cause infection. One cell that plays a role bodys immune system is monocyte cells. Monocyte act as pahocytes which play a role in responding to the presence of pathogenic bacteria. Rimpang bangle (Zingiber Purpureum Roxb) is one of the herbs that can be used to treat diseases because it has anti-bacterial and anti-inflammatory properties. The purpose of this study was to determine the cytotoxicity of Rimpang Bangle extract on monocyte cells. The research method used was experimental research with a post test only control gropu design in monocyte cell culture in vitro.