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Antimycobacterial potential of the juniper berry essential oil in tap water

Published Online: 31 Mar 2018
Volume & Issue: Volume 69 (2018) - Issue 1 (March 2018)
Page range: 46 - 54
Received: 01 Jan 2017
Accepted: 01 Mar 2018
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