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Roberta M. Troy

TitlePrincipal Investigator
InstitutionTuskegee University
AddressTuskegee University
Tuskegee AL 36088
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    1. Abugri DA, Witola WH, Russell AE, Troy RM. In vitro activity of the interaction between taxifolin (dihydroquercetin) and pyrimethamine against Toxoplasma gondii. Chem Biol Drug Des. 2018 01; 91(1):194-201. PMID: 28696589.
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