Evaluation of antidiabetic activity of polysaccharide isolated from Phellinus linteus in non-obese diabetic mouse.

  title={Evaluation of antidiabetic activity of polysaccharide isolated from Phellinus linteus in non-obese diabetic mouse.},
  author={Hwan‐Mook Kim and Jong Soon Kang and Jee Youn Kim and Song-Kyu Park and Hyung Sook Kim and Young June Lee and Jieun Yun and Jin Tae Hong and Youngsoo Kim and Sang Bae Han},
  journal={International immunopharmacology},
  volume={10 1},

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