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Endophytic Fungi of Tropical Forests: A Promising Source of Bioactive Prototype Molecules for the Treatment of Neglected Diseases

By Luiz H. Rosa, Mariana L.A. Vieira, Betania B. Cota, Susana Johann,Tânia M.A. Alves, Carlos L. Zani and Carlos A. Rosa

Submitted: February 22nd 2011Reviewed: August 3rd 2011Published: December 7th 2011

DOI: 10.5772/27783

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Luiz H. Rosa, Mariana L.A. Vieira, Betania B. Cota, Susana Johann,Tânia M.A. Alves, Carlos L. Zani and Carlos A. Rosa (December 7th 2011). Endophytic Fungi of Tropical Forests: A Promising Source of Bioactive Prototype Molecules for the Treatment of Neglected Diseases, Drug Development Chris Rundfeldt, IntechOpen, DOI: 10.5772/27783. Available from:

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