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From: Modulation of neurological pathways by Salvia officinalis and its dependence on manufacturing process and plant parts used

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Influence of the manufacturing process. Competition binding of different ethanolic Salvia officinalis extracts (highlighted: green of fresh leaves, brown of dry stipes) at the human adrenergic alpha 2A receptor expressed in Chem-1 cells (a), the muscarinic M3 receptor expressed in CHO cells (b), and the human μ-opioid receptor expressed in CHO-K1 cells (c). Summary curves over 2 independent experiments performed in duplicate (mean specific binding ± S.E.M.)

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