Ethnomedicinal plants with protective effects against beta-amyloid peptide (Aβ)1-42 indicate therapeutic potential in a new in vivo model of alzheimer’s disease

Norah A. Althobaiti*, Farid Menaa*, Johnathan J. Dalzell, Aishah E. Albalawi, Hammad Ismail, Mousa A. Alghuthaymi, Reem D. Aldawsari, Haroon Iqbal, Claire McAlinney, Brian D. Green*, Alexandra Plácido (Editor), José Pinela (Editor), Maria Ines Dias (Editor), Carla Pereira (Editor)

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