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Several desert plants that are traditionally used by the Bedouin community as folkloristic treatment for skin diseases were examined for their efficacy against cutaneous leishmaniasis (CL) in BALB/c mice. Water and chloroform extracts made from these plants were incorporated into cetomacrogol and soft white paraffin respectively and some were supplemented(More)
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