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Superoxide scavenging and antiglycation activity of rhinacanthins-rich extract obtained from the leaves of Rhinacanthus nasutus

Shah Muhammad Ajmal, Muhammad Haji, Mehmood Yasir, Khalil Ruqaiya, Ul-Haq Zaheer, Panichayupakaranant Pharkphoom

Year : 2017| Volume: 13| Issue : 52 | Page no: 652-658

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