Some articles on medicinal:
... career, while also providing him with inspiration to continue his research in medicinal chemistry ... came to an end in 1986, Ganellin has continued to remain active in the affairs of medicinal chemistry ... appointed as the SmithKline French Chair of Medicinal Chemistry at University College London where he began a lengthy career in academia ...
... He has served as the president of the IUPAC medicinal chemistry section, and he is currently the chair of the subcommittee on medicinal chemistry and drug ... the years, both for his work on cimetidine and his research in other areas of medicinal chemistry ... He has received awards in medicinal chemistry from many organizations, such as the Royal Society of Chemistry, the American Chemical Society, the Society of Chemical Industry, the ...
... Aizu Matsudaira's Royal Garden (御薬園?) is a medicinal herb garden in the city of Aizuwakamatsu, Fukushima Prefecture, Japan ... grow herbs as well, so the garden became known as Oyakuen, or "medicinal herb garden" ... Today there are about 400 kinds of medicinal herbs and trees cultivated in and around the garden ...
... Examples of cultivated varieties include 'Bandana'. ...
Famous quotes containing the word medicinal:
“by Spoon Rivergathering many a shell,
And many a flower and medicinal weed
Shouting to the wooded hills, singing to the green valleys.
At ninety-six I had lived enough, that is all,
And passed to a sweet repose.”
—Edgar Lee Masters (18691950)
“[T]he asphaltum contains an exactly requisite amount of sulphides for production of rubber tires. This brown material also contains ichthyol, a medicinal preparation used externally, in Websters clarifying phrase, as an alterant and discutient.”
—State of Utah, U.S. public relief program (1935-1943)
“Our Indian said that he was a doctor, and could tell me some medicinal use for every plant I could show him ... proving himself as good as his word. According to his account, he had acquired such knowledge in his youth from a wise old Indian with whom he associated, and he lamented that the present generation of Indians had lost a great deal.”
—Henry David Thoreau (18171862)