Effects of Artemisia dracunculus Aqueous Extract on Blood Sugar, Serum Insulin, Triglyceride and Liver Enzymes in Fructose Drinking Water Male Rats

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To Cite : Shahraki M R, Mirshekari H, Samadi Z, Shahraki A R, Shahraki E. et al. Effects of Artemisia dracunculus Aqueous Extract on Blood Sugar, Serum Insulin, Triglyceride and Liver Enzymes in Fructose Drinking Water Male Rats, Zahedan J Res Med Sci. 2017 ;19(2):e4402. doi: 10.5812/zjrms.4402.
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