The effect of EPO on cell viability was determined using MTT assay. H9C2 cells were subjected to H/R with or without pre-treatment with (10 U/ml, 15 U/ml and 20 U/ml) EPO for 24 hrs. 20 U/ml EPO significantly increases cell viability after H/R. Data are presented as means ± SEM of the ratios from five independent experiments. $denotes p<0.05, & denotes p<0.01, * denotes p<0.001 for analyses compared to H/R.
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