Solalyratins A and B, new anti-inflammatory metabolites from Solanum lyratum

Zhang, De-Wu; Yang, Yan; Yao, Fang; Yu, Qun-Ying; Dai, Sheng-Jun
April 2012
Journal of Natural Medicines;Apr2012, Vol. 66 Issue 2, p362
Academic Journal
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