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Further insights on tomato plant: Cytotoxic and antioxidant activity of leaf extracts in human gastric cells

Figueiredo-González, María et al.

Food and chemical toxicology. Volume 109:Part 1 (2017); pp 386-392 -- Elsevier Science

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Further insights on tomato plant: Cytotoxic and antioxidant activity of leaf extracts in human gastric cells

Figueiredo-González, María et al.

Food and chemical toxicology. Volume 109:Part 1 (2017); pp 386-392 -- Elsevier Science

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Chemical profiling of edible seaweed (Ochrophyta) extracts and assessment of their in vitro effects on cell-free enzyme systems and on the viability of glutamate-injured SH-SY5Y cells

Fernandes, Fátima et al.

Food and chemical toxicology. Volume 116:Part B (2018, June); pp 196-206 -- Elsevier Science

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Chemical profiling of edible seaweed (Ochrophyta) extracts and assessment of their in vitro effects on cell-free enzyme systems and on the viability of glutamate-injured SH-SY5Y cells

Fernandes, Fátima et al.

Food and chemical toxicology. Volume 116:Number PB (2018, June); pp 196-206 -- Elsevier Science

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Leaves and stem bark from Allophylus africanus P. Beauv.: An approach to anti-inflammatory properties and characterization of their flavonoid profile

Ferreres, Federico et al.

Food and chemical toxicology. Volume 118 (2018, August); pp 430-438 -- Elsevier Science

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Anti-inflammatory properties of the stem bark from the herbal drug Vitex peduncularis Wall. ex Schauer and characterization of its polyphenolic profile

Ferreres, Federico et al.

Food and chemical toxicology. Volume 106:Part A (2017); pp 8-16 -- Elsevier Science

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Anti-inflammatory properties of the stem bark from the herbal drug Vitex peduncularis Wall. ex Schauer and characterization of its polyphenolic profile

Ferreres, Federico et al.

Food and chemical toxicology. Volume 106:Part A (2017); pp 8-16 -- Elsevier Science

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Leaves and stem bark from Allophylus africanus P. Beauv.: An approach to anti-inflammatory properties and characterization of their flavonoid profile

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Food and chemical toxicology. Volume 118: (2018, August); pp 430-438 -- Elsevier Science

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