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An ecological approach to discover new bioactive extracts and products: the case of extremophile plants

Bibliographic reference Sahli, Ramla ; Rivière, Céline ; Neut, Christel ; Bero, Joanne ; Sahuc, Marie-Emmanuelle ; et. al. An ecological approach to discover new bioactive extracts and products: the case of extremophile plants. In: Journal of Pharmacy and Pharmacology, Vol. 69, p. 1041-1055 (2017)
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