Department of Medicinal Chemistry, State University of Center-West,
Guarapuava, Parana, Brazil
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Viviane M. de Oliveira ,
Luana T. Mendes ,
Durinézio J. Almeida ,
Lucas V. B. Hoelz ,
Pedro H. M. Torres ,
Pedro Geraldo Pascutti ,
Guilherme Barroso L. de Freitas
Pages: 11-29 Published Online: Dec. 27, 2014
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