galenics


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galenicals

 [gah-len´ĭ-kals] (galenics [gah-len´iks]) medicines prepared according to the formulas of galen. The term is now used to denote standard preparations containing one or several organic ingredients, as contrasted with pure chemical substances.

galenics

/ga·len·ics/ (gah-len´iks) galenicals.

galenicals

, galenics (gă-lĕn′ĭ-kăls) (-ĭks)
1. Herb and vegetable medicines.
2. Crude drugs and medicinals as distinguished from the pure active principles contained in them.
3. Medicines prepared according to an official formula.

galenicals, galenics

medicines prepared according to the formulae of Galen. The term is now used to denote standard preparations containing one or several organic ingredients, as contrasted with pure chemical substances.
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50] values (2-8,74 mg/l) of the cell lines used in the current experiments which were performed with a doubled dose of apigenin in various altered galenics.
Conforma is located in Belgium and is engaged in producing galenics (creams, ointments, syrups, etc.
Goundis will also provide his expertise for medicinal chemistry and for galenics, which pertains to the formulation of therapeutic agents into palatable or otherwise practically useful formulations.
Goundis will be responsible for medicinal chemistry and for galenics, which pertains to the formulation of therapeutic agents into palatable or otherwise practically useful formulations.