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Studies on the red sea sponge Haliclona sp. for its chemical and cytotoxic properties

Al-Massarani Shaza Mohamed, El-Gamal Ali Ali, Al-Said Mansour Sulaiman, Abdel-Kader Maged S, Ashour Abdelkader E, Kumar Ashok, Abdel-Mageed Wael M, Al-Rehaily Adnan Jathlan, Ghabbour Hazem A, Fun Hoong-Kun

Year : 2016| Volume: 12| Issue : 46 | Page no: 114-119

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