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Evaluation of Caesalpinia bonduc seed coat extract for anti-inflammatory and analgesic activity

Kannur Dayanand M, Paranjpe Mukta P, Sonavane Lalit V, Dongre Prerana P, Khandelwal Kishanchand R

Year : 2012| Volume: 3| Issue : 3 | Page no: 171-175

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