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T. M. Raymundo, Favilla, M., Niero, R., Andrade, S. F., and Maistro, E. L., Genotoxicity of the medicinal plant Maytenus robusta in mammalian cells in vivo, vol. 11, pp. 2847-2854, 2012.
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