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Preliminary evidences of the direct and indirect antimicrobial activity of 12 plants used in traditional medicine in Africa

Bibliographic reference Catteau, Lucy ; Van Bambeke, Françoise ; Quetin-Leclercq, Joëlle. Preliminary evidences of the direct and indirect antimicrobial activity of 12 plants used in traditional medicine in Africa. In: Phytochem Rev, Vol. 14, no. not applicable, p. 975-991 (2015)
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