Assessment of Antioxidant Potential, Total Phenolics and Flavonoids of Different Solvent Fractions of Monotheca Buxifolia Fruit

  title={Assessment of Antioxidant Potential, Total Phenolics and Flavonoids of Different Solvent Fractions of Monotheca Buxifolia Fruit},
  author={Shumaila Jan and Muhammad Rashid Khan and Umbreen Rashid and Jasia Bokhari},
  journal={Osong Public Health and Research Perspectives},
  pages={246 - 254}

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