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  1. Phan Canh Trinh, V. L. C. Trang, D. N. P. Long, and N. D. Nga. 2019. “Dirinaria applanata: morphology, chemical composition and antimicrobial activity.” Ho Chi Minh City Journal of Medicine 23 (2): 47–54. URL: tinyurl.com/y99zn9l7
  2. N. X. Loc, D. T. L. Linh, T. Q. Vuong, N. T. N. Yen, L. T. T. Thao, N. TuAnh, and Phan Canh Trinh. 2019. “Isolation and screening antimicrobial activity of soil actinobacteria.” Pharmaceutical Journal 59 (524): 45–49. URL: tinyurl.com/ya66pr4z
  3. N. T. N. Yen, Phan Canh Trinh, T. H. Dieu, and N. L. P. Uyen. 2019. “In vitro susceptibility testing of dermatophytes isolated from hospital of dermatovenereology in Ho Chi Minh city to ketoconazole and terbinafine.” Ho Chi Minh City Journal of Medicine 23 (3): 55–60. URL: tinyurl.com/rqxzg9m
  4. V. T. Thao, Phan Canh Trinh, L. V. Thanh, N. T. L. Giang, and T. C. Dong. 2018. “Study on fermentation conditions for Bacillus subtilis KP3 spores production.” Ho Chi Minh City Journal of Medicine 22 (1): 453– 59. URL: tinyurl.com/y8uebyma
  5. Nguyen Huu Dai, Ly Nguyen Hai Du, Phan Canh Trinh, Nguyen Duc Tai, Huynh Thi Ngoc Phuong. 2020. “Synthesis and evaluation of antibacterial and antifungal activities of some hydrazone derivatives of chalcones”. Ho Chi Minh City Journal of Medicine 24 (2): 207-211. URL: tinyurl.com/yctbfjuc


  1. Duyen, Pham Thi, Phan Canh Trinh, and Nguyen Dinh Nga. 2017. “Well – Agar Diffusion Microbiological Assay for Determination of Lovastatin in a Pharmaceutical Preparation.” In The 2nd International Conference On Pharmacy Education and Research Network of ASEAN (ASEAN PharmNET 2017). Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. URL: tinyurl.com/ydbpal6a