Chemical composition, antioxidative and enzyme inhibition activities of chickweed herb (Stelaria media L., Vill.) ethanolic and aqueous extracts

  title={Chemical composition, antioxidative and enzyme inhibition activities of chickweed herb (Stelaria media L., Vill.) ethanolic and aqueous extracts},
  author={Marta E. Rogowska and Małgorzata Lenart and Sini{\vs}a Sre{\vc}ec and Maria Ziaja and Andrzej Parzonko and Agnieszka Bazylko},
  journal={Industrial Crops and Products},
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