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Mice behavioral phenotype changes after administration of Anani (Symphonia globulifera, clusiaceae), an alternative Latin American and African medicine

Suffredini Ivana Barbosa, Paciencia Mateus Luís Barradas, Díaz Ingrit E. C., Frana Sergio Alexandre, Bernardi Maria Martha

Year : 2017| Volume: 13| Issue : 52 | Page no: 617-626

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