Evaluation of the Proposed Inhibitory Effect of the Aqueous Stem-Bark Extract of Ficus exasperata on Uterine Preparations in vitro

@article{Bafor2009EvaluationOT,
  title={Evaluation of the Proposed Inhibitory Effect of the Aqueous Stem-Bark Extract of Ficus exasperata on Uterine Preparations in vitro},
  author={Enitome Evi Bafor and M. Nwiko and E. Kelly Inanemo Omogbai and Raymond I. Ozolua and Zuleikha A. M. Nworgu},
  journal={International Journal of Pharmacology},
  year={2009},
  volume={5},
  pages={94-97}
}
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