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The constituents of medicinal plants - Pengelly A.

Pengelly A. The constituents of medicinal plants - London, 2001. - 109 p.
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decrease in blood viscosity
о leads to prolonged bleeding time and should be taken ‘о—н with caution by those on y- linoienic acid antithrombotic thaerpy.
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Other effects recorded are decreases in cholesterol, VLDL and triglyceride levels - indicating that EPAs are generally protective against diseases of the vascular system. [Marderosian & Liberti 1988].
eicosapentaenoic acid (EPA)
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