Synergy science: Solagran and bioeffectives

Hugel, H 2008, 'Synergy science: Solagran and bioeffectives', Chemistry in Australia, vol. 75, no. 3, pp. 4-9.

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Title Synergy science: Solagran and bioeffectives
Author(s) Hugel, H
Year 2008
Journal name Chemistry in Australia
Volume number 75
Issue number 3
Start page 4
End page 9
Total pages 5
Publisher Royal Australian Chemical Institute
Abstract Memory decline, alcohol abuse and associated cirrhosis of the liver are global health problems. Helmut Hugel explains how Australian company Solagran produces commercial Bioeffectives extracted from green conifer needles including Bioeffective R, which can restore liver function.
Subject Organic Chemical Synthesis
Copyright notice © 2008 Royal Australian Chemical Institute
ISSN 0314-4240
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