Antioxidant and antimicrobial activities of Padina pavonica and Enteromorpha sp. from the Tunisian Mediterranean coast

  title={Antioxidant and antimicrobial activities of Padina pavonica and Enteromorpha sp. from the Tunisian Mediterranean coast},
  author={Malek Besbes Hlila and Amel Omri Hichri and Mohamed Ali Mahjoub and Zine Mighri and Maha Mastouri},
  journal={Journal of coastal life medicine},
*Corresponding author: Zine Mighri, Laboratory of Heterocyclic Chemistry, Natural Products and Reactivity, Team: Medicinal Chemistry and Natural Products, Faculty of Sciences of Monastir, University of Monastir, Monastir, Tunisia. Tel: +216 97 66 33 56 E-mail: Foundation Project: Supported by the Ministry of High Education and Scientific Research, MHSSR of Tunisia (Grant No. 11/TM06). The journal implements double-blind peer review practiced by specially invited… Expand

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