Therapeutic potential of Lactobacillus ingluviei ADK10, a newly established probiotic organism against acetaminophen induced uremic rats

Mandal, Arpita; Paul, Tanmay; Roy, Suchismita; Mandal, Shreya; Pradhan, Shrabani; Das, Koushik; Mondal, Keshab; Nandi, Dilip
December 2013
Biologia;Dec2013, Vol. 68 Issue 6, p1072
Academic Journal
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