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Publisher: Elsevier

Volume 61, Number 2, 1 June 1998

Effects of aqueous extract of onion on the liver and lung of rats
pp. 91-99(9)
Authors: Thomson, M.; Alnaqeeb, M.A.; Bordia, T.; Al-Hassan, J.M.; Afzal, M.; Ali, M.

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Study of the anti-hyperglycemic effect of plants used as antidiabetics
pp. 101-110(10)
Authors: Alarcon-Aguilara, F.J.; Roman-Ramos, R.; Perez-Gutierrez, S.; Aguilar-Contreras, A.; Contreras-Weber, C.C.; Flores-Saenz, J.L.

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Anxiolytic effect of Rubus brasilensis in rats and mice
pp. 111-117(7)
Authors: Nogueira, E.; Rosa, G.J.M.; Haraguchi, M.; Vassilieff, V.S.

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Neuromuscular blocking activity of methanolic extract of Piper sarmentosum leaves in the rat phrenic nerve-hemidiaphragm preparation
pp. 135-142(8)
Authors: Ridtitid, W.; Rattanaprom, W.; Thaina, P.; Chittrakarn, S.; Sunbhanich, M.

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Anticonvulsant effects of Magnolia grandiflora L. in the rat
pp. 143-152(10)
Authors: Bastidas Ramrez, B.E.; Navarro Ruz, N.; Quezada Arellano, J.D.; Ruz Madrigal, B.; Villanueeva Michel, M.T.; Garzon, P.

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Effects of Erkang, a modified formulation of Chinese folk medicine Shi-Quan-Da-Bu-Tang, on mice
pp. 153-159(7)
Authors: Wu, Y.; Zhang, Y.; An Wu, J.; Lowell, T.; Gu, M.; Yuan C.-S.

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Antiinflammatory and antioxidant activity of plants used in traditional medicine in Ecuador
pp. 161-166(6)
Authors: de las Heras, B.; Slowing, K.; Bened, J.; Carretero, E.; Ortega, T.; Toledo, C.; Bermejo, P.; Iglesias, I.; Abad, M.J.; Gomez-Serranillos, P.; Liso, P.A.; Villar, A.; Chiriboga, X.

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