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Analogues of curcumin as a new class of antiprotozoals

Ibrahim, H. and El-Sabbagh, N.M. and Changtam, C. and Gould, M. and Grant, M.H. and Tettey, J.N.A. and Vance, S. and Cooper, A. and Suksamrarn, A. and De Koning, H.P. (2007) Analogues of curcumin as a new class of antiprotozoals. In: Medicinal Chemistry in Parasitology: new avenues in, 2007-02-01.

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