galenical


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galenical

[gə′len·i·kəl]
(mineralogy)
(pharmacology)
A medicinal preparation containing one or several active plant ingredients and produced so that inert constituents and other undesirable contents of the plant remain undissolved.
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Contract award: delivery lots of bandages, galenical solutions, laboratory reagents for histology and medical supplies for the needs of the hospital "lozenets", "for a period of 12 months.
Pharmacological properties of galenical preparation (X X H).
Experimenta commenced operations with 7 employees in August 2002 and with further substantial investment it has grown to employ 30 scientists and technicians who provide expertise in medicinal chemistry, crystallography, bio-chemistry, pharmacology, and galenical formulations.
in Nutley, New Jersey, one of Roche's largest galenical pharmaceutical manufacturing locations in the world with an implementation effort slated to begin this quarter.
Contract award: "supply lots of bandages, galenical solutions, laboratory reagents for histology and medical supplies for the needs of the hospital" lozenets "," for a period of 12 months.
These four new disciplines are: * Crystallography, for refinement of chemical structures, in collaboration with the University of Zurich * Bio-chemistry, for assay development and expression of proteins * Pharmacology, for in-vitro testing and analyzing of safety profiles * Galenical R&D, to produce the most effective formulation of compounds for man
Wang S, Kozuka K, Saito K, Komatsu K and Kano Y (1994) Pharmacological properties of galenical preparations (XVIII): Pharmacokinetics of active compounds of Polygalae Radix.