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Lupeol as a magical drug

@article{Wal2015LupeolAA,
  title={Lupeol as a magical drug},
  author={Ankita Wal and Rishabh Srivastava and P. van der Wal and Awani K Rai and Shivam Sharma},
  journal={Pharmaceutical and Biological Evaluations},
  year={2015},
  volume={2},
  pages={142-151}
}
Lupeol, a triterpene found in white cabbage, green pepper, strawberry, olive, mangoes and grapes was reported to possess beneficial effects as a therapeutic and preventive agent for a range of disorders. Last 15 years have seen tremendous efforts by researchers worldwide to develop this wonderful molecule for its clinical use for the treatment of variety of disorders. Natural products and herbal remedies used in traditional folklore medicine have been the source of many medically beneficial… Expand

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