Lignans from the heartwood of Streblus asper and their inhibiting activities to hepatitis B virus.

@article{Li2012LignansFT,
  title={Lignans from the heartwood of Streblus asper and their inhibiting activities to hepatitis B virus.},
  author={Luying Li and Jun Li and Yan Y. Huang and Qiang Wu and Shengping Deng and Xiao-jian Su and Ruiyun Yang and Ji-guo Huang and Zi-Zhan Chen and Shan Li},
  journal={Fitoterapia},
  year={2012},
  volume={83 2},
  pages={
          303-9
        }
}
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