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Published by Fouad I University Press in Cairo .

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Other titlesEgyptian pharmacopoeia
Statement[Pharmacopoeia Commission]
ContributionsEgypt. Pharmacopoeia Commission .
LC ClassificationsRS141.9.E3 E65 1953
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Paginationxi, 1118 p. :
Number of Pages1118
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL21115912M

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