The effect of feeding mice during gestation and nursing with Rhodiola kirilowii extracts or epigallocatechin on CD4 and CD8 cells number and distribution in the spleen of their progeny

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Rhodiola kirilowii, a member of Crassulaceae family, grows wildly in Asiatic mountains and is also cultivated in some European countries. Its underground parts traditionally are used for enhance physical and mental performance of the body. In our previous papers we reported immuno- and angio-modulatory effects of aqueous and hydro-alcoholic extracts of… (More)
DOI: 10.5114/ceji.2017.67313

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@inproceedings{Lewicki2017TheEO, title={The effect of feeding mice during gestation and nursing with Rhodiola kirilowii extracts or epigallocatechin on CD4 and CD8 cells number and distribution in the spleen of their progeny}, author={Sławomir Lewicki and Piotr A Orłowski and Małgorzata Krzyżowska and Anna Kiepura and Ewa Skopińska-R{\'o}żewska and Robert Zdanowski}, booktitle={Central-European journal of immunology}, year={2017} }