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Immunomodulatory and anti-tumor effects of Nigella glandulifera freyn and sint seeds on ehrlich ascites carcinoma in mouse model

Aikemu Ainiwaer, Xiaerfuding Xiadiya, Shiwenhui Chengyufeng, Abudureyimu Meiliwan, Maimaitiyiming Dilinuer

Year : 2013| Volume: 9| Issue : 35 | Page no: 187-191

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