Thymoquinone Case Study

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The mean attachment period indicated that after 3 hours, the attachment levels did occurred a little. Yu, and Abbott,(2017) argued that the number of pulp cavity cells that got attached was increased after 9 hours because the process was becoming significant. As time went the number of cells that got attached to the pulp cavity increased. At 12 hours, the number of cells that got attached had even increased because the mean had risen. At 15 hours the value reduced tremendously because the cells had gotten attached and were in the process of proliferation and differentiation. Human pulp cavity cells get attached when Thymoquinone gets applied as a treatment additive. The data reveals a powerful impact of Thymoquinone in human pulp cavity cells attachment in the initial hours. After 15 hours, the number of cells that got attached reduced, as it is believed that the cells were differentiated or in the proliferation stage. The standard deviation also indicated that at 3 hours, the pulp cavity cells had 83% standard variation. According to Yu, and Abbott,(2017), the standard deviation became directly proportional to the number of hours that the dental pulp cavity cells spent. It is arguable that in the…show more content…
The cultural media concentrations of the TQ determined the number of cells that became attached. It becomes notable that as the concentrations increased of the Thymoquinone, so did the attachment of the odontoblast cells on the walls of the human dental pulp. The attachment were tested against the control group. The number of seeded cells rose significantly against the cells that did not get impacted with Thymoquinone. The control group indicated no seeding attachment in the odontoblasts. The cells that got treated with Thymoquinone expressed high cell attachment efficiency which became directly proportional to the concentration levels of

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