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Mallotus species from Vietnamese mountainous areas : phytochemistry and pharmacological activities

Bibliographic reference Rivière, Céline ; Nguyen, Thi Hong V. ; Hong, Q. Tran ; Chataigné, Gabrielle ; Hoai, N. Nguyen ; et. al. Mallotus species from Vietnamese mountainous areas : phytochemistry and pharmacological activities. ((Austria) Obergurgl, Univ Innsbruch, 26/04/2009). In: Phytochemistry Reviews : fundamentals and perspectives of natural products research, Vol. 9, no. 2, p. 217-253 (2010)
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