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Danquah, C.A., E. Woode, E.B. Gyasi, M. Duwiejua and C. Ansah, 2011. Anti-inflammatory and antipyretic effects of an ethanolic extract of Capparis erythrocarpos isert roots. Res. J. Med. Plant, 5: 158-168.
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Sahu, R.K., A. Singh, R. Gupta, A. Roy and J. Dwivedi, 2012. Development and evaluation of antipyretic and antinociceptive activity of polyherbal formulation containing some indigenous medicinal plants. Int. J. Pharm., 8: 271-276.
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