Ethnobotanical approach versus random approach in the search for new bioactive compounds: Support of a hypothesis

C. Gyllenhaal, M. R. Kadushin, B. Southavong, K. Sydara, S. Bouamanivong, M. Xaiveu, L. T. Xuan, N. T. Hiep, N. V. Hung, P. K. Loc, L. X. Dac, T. Q. Bich, N. M. Cuong, H. M. Ly, Hongjie ZHANG, S. G. Franzblau, H. Xie, M. C. Riley, B. G. Elkington, H. T. NguyenD. P. Waller, C. Y. Ma, P. Tamez, G. T. Tan, J. M. Pezzuto, D. D. Soejarto*

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