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|Title:||Contributions of Arab and Islamic Scholars to Modern Pharmacology|
|Publisher:||John Wiley & Sons|
|Abstract:||The development of pharmacy as a profession entrusted with ensuring the safe and effective use of drugs has been shaped by the works of many Arab and Muslim scientists. It is a historical fact that the development and the recognition of the independent, academically oriented status of pharmacy started in Baghdad during the time of Al-Mamun's caliphate (813–833). By that time scholarly interest was directed toward the elucidation of natural products as a source for new drugs and emphasis was placed on translations and ...|
|Appears in Collections:||Faculty & Staff Scientific Research publications|
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