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In Vivo Potential Anti-Inflammatory Activity of Extracts from Calendula arvensis (CA) Flowers

By Abdulmalik Abdullah Abudunia, Rabie Kamal, Nabeel Muhsen Ziad, Methaq Algabr, Khadija Khedid, Katim Alaoui, M’Hammed Ansar and Azeddine Ibrahimi

Submitted: December 1st 2016Reviewed: March 31st 2017Published: August 23rd 2017

DOI: 10.5772/intechopen.68914

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Abdulmalik Abdullah Abudunia, Rabie Kamal, Nabeel Muhsen Ziad, Methaq Algabr, Khadija Khedid, Katim Alaoui, M’Hammed Ansar and Azeddine Ibrahimi (August 23rd 2017). In Vivo Potential Anti-Inflammatory Activity of Extracts from Calendula arvensis (CA) Flowers, Nonsteroidal Anti-Inflammatory Drugs Ali Gamal Ahmed Al-kaf, IntechOpen, DOI: 10.5772/intechopen.68914. Available from:

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