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Assessment of the antidiabetic potential of Cassia grandis using an in vivo model

Lodha Sandesh R, Joshi Shrikant V, Vyas Bhavin A, Upadhye Mohini C, Kirve Megha S, Salunke Shweta S, Kadu Sheetal K, Rogye Manasi V

Year : 2010| Volume: 1| Issue : 3 | Page no: 330-333

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