Inhibition of experimentally induced microvascular injury by rosmarinic acid

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Nuytinck, J.K.S., Goris, R.J.A., Kalter, E.S. et al. Inhibition of experimentally induced microvascular injury by rosmarinic acid. Agents and Actions 17, 373–374 (1986).

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  • Rosmarinic Acid
  • Microvascular Injury