Study of anti-inflammatory activity of new ointments, which include ash bark extract

  • L.V. Yakovleva -
  • E.V. Serdyuk -
  • E.P. Bezdetko -
Keywords: anti-inflammatory activity, ash bark extract, screening

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Published
2020-07-09
How to Cite
Yakovleva, L., Serdyuk, E., & Bezdetko, E. (2020). Study of anti-inflammatory activity of new ointments, which include ash bark extract. Farmatsevtychnyi Zhurnal, (5), 129-131. Retrieved from https://pharmj.org.ua/index.php/journal/article/view/948
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