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Microbial esterase has received much more attention in industry applications mainly owing to availability of wide range enzymatic

Microbial esterase has received much more attention in industry applications mainly owing to availability of wide range enzymatic activities. In the current study, a total of thirty samples of dairies, including, various types of imported expired dairy products, cheese, yoghurt, butter and cream were tested for screening of microbial esterase …

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A seminar was held in the Pharmaceutical Chemistry Branch of the Faculty of Pharmacy

A seminar was held in the Pharmaceutical Chemistry Branch of the Faculty of Pharmacy..on Wednesday 7-7-2021, a seminar was given by Hind Shawky, entitled Vitamins: Structure and Function, where the explanation of vitamins and clarification of their types and composition was discussed. With an indication of their functions and the …

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Department of clinical Pharmacy held a CE session entitled “Antiandrogen in COVID19: Plausible Faster Remission

During this CE session lectured by Lect. Karrar Al-Gburi, A scientific data about the correlation between androgen hormone and the risk of SARS-COV2 infection has been discussed. At the end of the CE session, completed and ongoing clinical trials on using antiandrogen in treatment of COVID19 and their usefulness to …

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Therapeutic trail targeting Cytomegalovirus UL83 Gene isolated from aborted women in AL-Najaf City.

In the path of scientific series of the seminars held by the department of clinical laboratory sciences, a seminar entitled as “Therapeutic trail targeting Cytomegalovirus UL83 Gene isolated from aborted women in AL-Najaf City” was presented by the lecturer Prof.Dr. Khalida Kadhim Abbas Al Kelaby. This seminar was dealing with …

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A seminars was held by the department Pharmaceutics and Industrial Pharmacy

entitled as ‘ Water Quality Monitoring, Laboratory Methods and Standard’ Was presented by the A.Lecturer Karar Kadhim MJ. This seminar was highlight the The quality of water for pharmaceutical use as far as, Water is widely used in the Processing, Formulation, Manufacture of pharmaceutical products, Active pharmaceutical ingredients, API intermediates, …

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A scientific panel discussion was held in the Pharmaceutical Chemistry Branch of the College of Pharmacy about FT-IR spectroscopy

A scientific panel discussion was held in the Pharmaceutical Chemistry Branch of the College of Pharmacy about FT-IR spectroscopy Which was presented by K. Zainab Abdul-Hussein Jabbar, in which she explained the principle of FT-IR device technology and the importance of this technique in qualitative analysis by determining the effective …

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Under the patronage of the Dean of the Faculty of Pharmacy, Prof. Dr. Ihsan Salah Rabie, and under the supervision

Under the patronage of the Dean of the Faculty of Pharmacy, Prof. Dr. Ihsan Salah Rabie, and under the supervision of the Head of the Pharmaceuticals and Medicinal Plants department, Dr. Haider Farhan Salman, a scientific workshop was held at the University of Kufa / Faculty of Pharmacy, entitled (Writing …

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A seminar was held in the Pharmaceutical Chemistry department in which Assist prof.Dr.Aymen Abd Alrasul was

presentation the seminar includes an introductory overview of the pharmacopoeia, its types, and its importance, for researchers in the field of chemistry and even pharmacology, whether analyzing active pharmaceutical compounds or additives and types of existing pharmaceutical preparations with methods of diagnosis and analysis, whether by various diagnostic and analytical …

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Tardive Dyskinesia (TD)caused by some atypical neuroleptic drugs and its animal model

Talked about the side effects of atypical neuroleptic drugs like haloperidol on dopamine D2 receptors and dopamine levels in the brain that causing this neurological disorder and it is one of the neurodegenerative movement syndromes affecting mainly orofacial region which includes vacuous chewing movements (VCMs), tongue protrusion (TP), and facial …

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