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Countercurrent Distribution

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Biological context of Countercurrent Distribution

  • The i.p. administration of a partially purified extract (NPI-031) of NPI-028, obtained by countercurrent chromatography, also dose-dependently suppressed ethanol intake in FH rats, but the highest dose 200 mg/kg) also significantly decreased food intake [6].

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Analytical, diagnostic and therapeutic context of Countercurrent Distribution


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