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Background imagePharmacology Collection: Anaesthetic inhibiting an ion channel C015 / 6718

Anaesthetic inhibiting an ion channel C015 / 6718
Anaesthetic inhibiting an ion channel. Computer model showing the structure of propofol anaesthetic drug molecules (spheres)

Background imagePharmacology Collection: The Pharmacy, 1912 artwork

The Pharmacy, 1912 artwork
The Pharmacy (1912). Oil painting by the Swiss artist Marius Borgeaud (1861-1924) titled La Pharmacie (The Pharmacy). The signature and date (1912) are at lower left

Background imagePharmacology Collection: Ventolin asthma drug C018 / 1165

Ventolin asthma drug C018 / 1165
Ventolin asthma drug. Ampoules of the bronchodilator drug salbutamol, marketed as Ventolin, for use in a nebuliser. Asthma causes breathing difficulties due to contraction of the airways in

Background imagePharmacology Collection: Immunoglobulin G antibody molecule F007 / 9894

Immunoglobulin G antibody molecule F007 / 9894
Immunoglobulin G antibody molecule. Computer model of the secondary structure of immunoglobulin G (IgG). This is the most abundant immunoglobulin and is found in all body fluids

Background imagePharmacology Collection: Caffeine drug molecule

Caffeine drug molecule
Caffeine. Computer model of a molecule of the alkaloid, stimulant and legal drug caffeine. Caffeine is most often consumed in drinks like tea and coffee

Background imagePharmacology Collection: Persian pharmacy, 13th century artwork

Persian pharmacy, 13th century artwork
Persian pharmacy. 13th century Arabic artwork entitled The Preparation of Medicine from Honey. This image was produced in Baghdad, Iraq, whilst it was still part of the Persian Empire

Background imagePharmacology Collection: Medical prescription, satirical artwork

Medical prescription, satirical artwork
Medical prescription. Satirical artwork titled Of Prescribing Foolishly, showing a patient in bed with a doctor in a fools hat (right) holding aloft a proposed treatment

Background imagePharmacology Collection: Caffeine crystals, light micrograph

Caffeine crystals, light micrograph
Caffeine crystals. Polarised light micrograph of crystals of caffeine (1, 3, 7- trimethylxanthine). Caffeine stimulates the central nervous system increasing alertness and deferring fatigue

Background imagePharmacology Collection: Januvia diabetes drug molecule

Januvia diabetes drug molecule
Januvia diabetes drug, molecular model. Januvia (sitagliptin) is a hypoglycaemic drug, one that reduces blood sugar levels

Background imagePharmacology Collection: Praziquantel parasite drug

Praziquantel parasite drug. Computer model of a molecule of the drug praziquantel. Atoms are represented as spheres and are colour-coded; carbon (pink), hydrogen (white)

Background imagePharmacology Collection: Diamorphine hydrochloride C018 / 1170

Diamorphine hydrochloride C018 / 1170
Vials of diamorphine hydrochloride, an injectable drug used in pain relief, typically for late stages of terminal care

Background imagePharmacology Collection: Doctor writing prescription

Doctor writing prescription
Doctor writing a prescription. Historical artwork taken from " The Dentist" by Pietro Longhi (1702- 1785)

Background imagePharmacology Collection: Isotretinoin anti-acne drug

Isotretinoin anti-acne drug, molecular model. Atoms are represented as tubes and are colour- coded; carbon (yellow), hydrogen (white) and oxygen (red)

Background imagePharmacology Collection: Mescaline hallucinogenic drug molecule

Mescaline hallucinogenic drug molecule
Mescaline hallucinogenic drug, molecular model. Mescaline is a hallucinogenic drug, produced from the dried tops (buttons) of the peyote cactus (Lophophora williamsii)

Background imagePharmacology Collection: Valdecoxib anti-inflammatory drug

Valdecoxib anti-inflammatory drug
Valdecoxib, computer model. This drug was used in the treatment of osteoarthritis, rheumatoid arthritis and menstrual symptoms under the trade name Bextra

Background imagePharmacology Collection: Paclitaxel drug molecule

Paclitaxel drug molecule
Paclitaxel. Computer model of a molecule of the drug paclitaxel. It is sold under the brand name Taxol. It is a chemotherapy drug, used to treat cancers

Background imagePharmacology Collection: Thomas Lauder Brunton (1844-1916)

Thomas Lauder Brunton (1844-1916)
865197 Thomas Lauder Brunton (1844-1916); (add.info.: Thomas Lauder Brunton (1844-1916) Scottish physician born at Hilston, Roxburgh, Scotland

Background imagePharmacology Collection: pharmacology

pharmacology
Alexey Lobur

Background imagePharmacology Collection: Identified in book as Top: an ass (Equus hemionus), Bottom: a horse (Equus caballus)

Identified in book as Top: an ass (Equus hemionus), Bottom: a horse (Equus caballus). After an illustration by Mirza Baqir in a 19th century Iranian book of Greek physician

Background imagePharmacology Collection: The Gatherer of Simples, c. 1880. Creator: George Fuller

The Gatherer of Simples, c. 1880. Creator: George Fuller
The Gatherer of Simples, c. 1880. Old woman gathering medicinal herbs

Background imagePharmacology Collection: Homeopathic medicine suitcase, 2nd half of 19th century

Homeopathic medicine suitcase, 2nd half of 19th century
CHT163024 Homeopathic medicine suitcase, 2nd half of 19th century by French School, (19th century); Societe d Histoire de la Pharmacie, Paris, France; eArchives Charmet; French, out of copyright

Background imagePharmacology Collection: Pedanius Dioscorides (engraving)

Pedanius Dioscorides (engraving)
815827 Pedanius Dioscorides (engraving) by French School, (19th century); Private Collection; (add.info.: Pedanius Dioscorides, (c40-90AD)

Background imagePharmacology Collection: Louis Nicolas Vauquelin (engraving)

Louis Nicolas Vauquelin (engraving)
815784 Louis Nicolas Vauquelin (engraving) by French School, (18th century); Private Collection; (add.info.: Louis Nicolas Vauquelin (1763-1829). French pharmacist and chemist

Background imagePharmacology Collection: Life-long medication, conceptual artwork

Life-long medication, conceptual artwork
Life-long medication. Conceptual artwork of young and elderly people with medicine bottles, a syringe, and pills, representing the use of medication throughout a persons lifetime

Background imagePharmacology Collection: Johann Zimmermann, Swiss naturalist

Johann Zimmermann, Swiss naturalist
Johann Georg Ritter von Zimmermann (1728-1795), Swiss physician, naturalist and writer. Zimmermann obtained his medical degree at Gottingen in Germany

Background imagePharmacology Collection: Identified in book as, from top: Hippopotamus (Hippopotamus amphibius), a sea sheep

Identified in book as, from top: Hippopotamus (Hippopotamus amphibius), a sea sheep, and three varieties of sea dog. After an illustration by Mirza Baqir in a 19th century Iranian book of Greek

Background imagePharmacology Collection: The plant at top unidentified in book. BELOW: Balsam tree. Commiphora

The plant at top unidentified in book. BELOW: Balsam tree. Commiphora. After an illustration by Mirza Baqir in a 19th century Iranian book of Greek physician

Background imagePharmacology Collection: Identified in book as two varieties of Sweet flag. Acorus calamus

Identified in book as two varieties of Sweet flag. Acorus calamus. After an illustration by Mirza Baqir in a 19th century Iranian book of Greek physician

Background imagePharmacology Collection: Identified in book as three varieties of Gladdon (Iris foetidissima)

Identified in book as three varieties of Gladdon (Iris foetidissima). After an illustration by Mirza Baqir in a 19th century Iranian book of Greek physician

Background imagePharmacology Collection: Identified in book as three types of Nard (Nardostachys jatamansi)

Identified in book as three types of Nard (Nardostachys jatamansi). After an illustration by Mirza Baqir in a 19th century Iranian book of Greek physician

Background imagePharmacology Collection: Identified in book as two varieties of tamarisk tree (Tamarix gallica)

Identified in book as two varieties of tamarisk tree (Tamarix gallica). After an illustration by Mirza Baqir in a 19th century Iranian book of Greek physician

Background imagePharmacology Collection: Identified in book as papyrus (Papyrus antiquorum). After an illustration by Mirza Baqir in a 19th

Identified in book as papyrus (Papyrus antiquorum). After an illustration by Mirza Baqir in a 19th century Iranian book of Greek physician

Background imagePharmacology Collection: Unidentified trees. After an illustration by Mirza Baqir in a 19th century Iranian book of Greek

Unidentified trees. After an illustration by Mirza Baqir in a 19th century Iranian book of Greek physician and botanist Pedanius Dioscoridess 1st century AD work De Materia Medica; Artwork

Background imagePharmacology Collection: Identified in book as a Fig tree (Ficus carica). After an illustration by Mirza Baqir in a 19th

Identified in book as a Fig tree (Ficus carica). After an illustration by Mirza Baqir in a 19th century Iranian book of Greek physician

Background imagePharmacology Collection: Identified in book as: Top: Citron (Citrus medica), Bottom: European or common pear (Pyrus communis)

Identified in book as: Top: Citron (Citrus medica), Bottom: European or common pear (Pyrus communis). After an illustration by Mirza Baqir in a 19th century Iranian book of Greek physician

Background imagePharmacology Collection: Identified in book as various fish including a sardine, sea gudgeon and tuna

Identified in book as various fish including a sardine, sea gudgeon and tuna. Also a sea gudgeon in the stomach of a pig. After an illustration by Mirza Baqir in a 19th century Iranian book of Greek

Background imagePharmacology Collection: Identified in book as: Top: Black Pepper (Piper nigrum), Margin: White Pepper

Identified in book as: Top: Black Pepper (Piper nigrum), Margin: White Pepper, Bottom: Ginger (Zingiber official). After an illustration by Mirza Baqir in a 19th century Iranian book of Greek

Background imagePharmacology Collection: Identified in book as two varieties of wormwood. After an illustration by Mirza Baqir in a 19th

Identified in book as two varieties of wormwood. After an illustration by Mirza Baqir in a 19th century Iranian book of Greek physician

Background imagePharmacology Collection: Identified in book as two varieties of pine thistle. After an illustration by Mirza Baqir in a

Identified in book as two varieties of pine thistle. After an illustration by Mirza Baqir in a 19th century Iranian book of Greek physician

Background imagePharmacology Collection: Identified in book as three types of thyme. After an illustration by Mirza Baqir in a 19th century

Identified in book as three types of thyme. After an illustration by Mirza Baqir in a 19th century Iranian book of Greek physician

Background imagePharmacology Collection: A selection of plants, including aquatic plants. After an illustration by Mirza Baqir in a 19th

A selection of plants, including aquatic plants. After an illustration by Mirza Baqir in a 19th century Iranian book of Greek physician

Background imagePharmacology Collection: Identified in book as European red raspberry. Rubus idaeus. After an illustration by Mirza Baqir

Identified in book as European red raspberry. Rubus idaeus. After an illustration by Mirza Baqir in a 19th century Iranian book of Greek physician

Background imagePharmacology Collection: Identified in book as Oleander. Nerium oleander. After an illustration by Mirza Baqir in a 19th

Identified in book as Oleander. Nerium oleander. After an illustration by Mirza Baqir in a 19th century Iranian book of Greek physician

Background imagePharmacology Collection: Identified in book as TOP: Evening primrose. Oenothera biennis. BOTTOM: Melancholy thistle

Identified in book as TOP: Evening primrose. Oenothera biennis. BOTTOM: Melancholy thistle. Cirsium heterophyllum. After an illustration by Mirza Baqir in a 19th century Iranian book of Greek

Background imagePharmacology Collection: Identified in book as Grapevine. Vitis vinifera. After an illustration by Mirza Baqir in a 19th

Identified in book as Grapevine. Vitis vinifera. After an illustration by Mirza Baqir in a 19th century Iranian book of Greek physician

Background imagePharmacology Collection: Identified in book as Arabian balsam tree. Commiphora gileadensis

Identified in book as Arabian balsam tree. Commiphora gileadensis. After an illustration by Mirza Baqir in a 19th century Iranian book of Greek physician

Background imagePharmacology Collection: Woman Having A Facial Massage

Woman Having A Facial Massage

Background imagePharmacology Collection: Ahmet III, 2127 Illustration from De Materia Medica by Dioscorides (gouache

Ahmet III, 2127 Illustration from De Materia Medica by Dioscorides (gouache
XIR177171 Ahmet III, 2127 Illustration from De Materia Medica by Dioscorides (gouache on paper) by Mesopotamian, (13th century BC); Topkapi Palace Library, Istanbul



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"Exploring the Intricate World of Pharmacology: From Ancient Remedies to Modern Marvels" Step into the fascinating realm of pharmacology, where science and medicine intertwine to unlock the secrets of healing. Delve deep into this captivating field as we unravel its diverse facets through a series of intriguing hints. In our journey, we encounter an anaesthetic inhibiting an ion channel (C015 / 6718), showcasing how pharmacologists manipulate molecular pathways to induce pain relief during medical procedures. We also stumble upon "The Pharmacy, " a mesmerizing artwork from 1912 that immortalizes the essence of pharmaceutical practice. Immerse yourself in the world of immunoglobulin G antibody molecule (F007 / 9894), marveling at its role in bolstering our immune system against harmful invaders. Witness the impact of Ventolin asthma drug (C018 / 1165) on millions worldwide, providing respite for those battling respiratory ailments. But let's not forget about caffeine – that beloved stimulant found in coffee and tea – whose drug molecule captivates us with its intricate structure. Journey back in time to Persian pharmacy artwork from the 13th century, reminding us that ancient civilizations too sought solace in medicinal remedies. Prepare for a dose of humor as we explore satirical artworks depicting doctors writing prescriptions, shedding light on society's relationship with medication. Peer through a microscope at caffeine crystals' enchanting beauty under a light micrograph, revealing nature's artistry at microscopic levels. Witness Januvia diabetes drug molecule's transformative potential for individuals grappling with this metabolic disorder. Discover praziquantel parasite drug and its remarkable ability to combat parasitic infections plaguing vulnerable populations around the globe. Finally, meet diamorphine hydrochloride (C018 / 1170), commonly known as heroin when used illicitly but serving as a potent painkiller when administered responsibly by healthcare professionals.