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The effects of propolis fractions on cells in tissue culture

, : The effects of propolis fractions on cells in tissue culture. The effects of propolis fractions on cells in tissue culture: xii + 193 pp.

The samples of propolis used in this study came from 3 sources in England and Wales. Several solvents were used to obtain extracts, but the two fractions used mainly in tests on cells in tissue culture were aqueous alcohol (AAP) and aqueous ether (AEP). Hexane, toluene, ethyl acetate and methanol (residue) fractions were tested for inhibitory effects against 4 bacterial and 2 fungal pathogens.

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