Ginger extract and aerobic training reduces lipid profile in high-fat fed diet rats release_a3urxewyn5b3njyqwv4wlj3i5m

by M Khosravani, M Azarbayjani, M Abolmaesoomi, A Yusof, N Zainal Abidin, E Rahimi, F Feizolahi, M Akbari, S Seyedjalali, F Dehghan, Ali Azarbayjani

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