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Hypolipidemic and Anti -Atherogenic effect of methanol extract of Fennel (Foeniculum Vulgare) in hypercholesterolemic mice

@inproceedings{Oulmouden2014HypolipidemicAA,
  title={Hypolipidemic and Anti -Atherogenic effect of methanol extract of Fennel (Foeniculum Vulgare) in hypercholesterolemic mice},
  author={Fatiha Oulmouden and Noreddine Ghalim and Mohamed El Morhit and Hakima Benomar and El Mustapha Daoudi and Souliman Amrani and Louis . Pasteur and H. A. Rayad},
  year={2014}
}
he epidemiological studies suggest that the diets rich in fruits and vegetables, an important vector of the micronutrients and phytochemicals elements, help to prevent the diseases such as cardiovascular diseases. Atherosclerosis and their cardiovascular complica tions 
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